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  1. #1
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    FS: Stockli Stormrider Scot Schmidt Pro 188cm

    Used about 25 days good condition, newly waxed and ready to go. Has Salomon S912 bindings mounted for 26.5 mondo/303mm but has about 2 sizes down and up of forward adjustment (approx 24.5 to 28.5 boot)

    Pics here: https://imgur.com/a/RxGKhUM

    $400 obo + shipping Paypal


    Product Information:
    Retail Price = $999.00
    Ski Type = Big-mountain
    Side Cut = 122/ 89 / 112
    Turning Radius (188cm) = 26.8M


    Manufacturer's Description: StŲckli Stormrider SS "Limited Production Ski" Level: Expert Stormrider Scot Schmidt Pro model (limited production ski) is a “a whole different beast of a ski,” according to Schmidt; the "Pro" demands a committed skier so be prepared to go fast in order to make this ski perform.

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    $37.00

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    Either my interweb skillz are poor or those are 2006 model year skis.
    GTFO Jong.

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    but guys - These are "Limited production ski(s) " !

    I will trade for one pound of hickory-smoked Bacon ! !! skiJ


    postscript.

    to add - this was/ is a fine, fifteen year old ski. they are Stable. and have a speed Limit that I did not approach --

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    If u guys know anything about stocklis you know they donít make them like the 2006 models anymore. These are stiffer and more ripping than the current models.

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    Quote Originally Posted by winstwu View Post
    If u guys know anything about stocklis you know they donít make them like the 2006 models anymore. These are stiffer and more ripping than the current models.
    I think we all know. Itís that your price is way too high for this place. If you donít want the skis someone on here would buy them if your price was $250 shipped or split shipping.


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    We know exactly what these are and all about Stockli. Your price is wack.

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    A few observations:

    1. its june and 100F outside.
    2. nobody that wants those skis wants 15+ year old unindemnified 912 bindings on them.
    3. you would be challenged to get $400 for them if they were new in wrapper, so drilled and used skis are more like $200
    4. the last pair I saw of 188 SS went for $150+ship flat, drilled once for a useable binding (P18), in equivalent condition

    Otherwise, nice skis and good luck with sale.

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    Iíd give ya 150 shipped flat..


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    Iíd prob keep them and use them as rock skis at $200

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    Man I love this place.

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    Quote Originally Posted by winstwu View Post
    Iíd prob keep them and use them as rock skis at $200
    I paid $200 including shipping for a pair that's in very similar shape to yours a few months ago around here. They even came freshly tuned, waxed and drilled for bindings worthy of such a ski. $150-200 is all those skis are worth, bub.

    On the flip side, you'll certainly have no difficulty hitting plenty of rocks on such a skinny, non-rockered ski, so "rock on!"
    Relentlessly pursuing beauty in an irredeemably ugly world.

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    Quote Originally Posted by winstwu View Post
    I’d prob keep them and use them as rock skis at $200
    I'll give you $200 to give your mom an unindemnified mount.
    °”rale, vato!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Viva View Post
    I'll give you $200 to give your mom an unindemnified mount.
    Laughing so hard I got tears coming down...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Viva View Post
    I'll give you $200 to give your mom an unindemnified mount.
    Hmm $200 to mount a senior citizen.. hey man whatever youíre into.

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    Quote Originally Posted by winstwu View Post
    Hmm $200 to mount a senior citizen.. hey man whatever youíre into.
    Worth every penny if the dentures come out

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marshal Olson View Post
    A few observations:

    1. its june and 100F outside.
    2. nobody that wants those skis wants 15+ year old unindemnified 912 bindings on them.
    3. you would be challenged to get $400 for them if they were new in wrapper, so drilled and used skis are more like $200
    4. the last pair I saw of 188 SS went for $150+ship flat, drilled once for a useable binding (P18), in equivalent condition

    Otherwise, nice skis and good luck with sale.
    My friend said those who need indemnified bindings donít know how to set them themselves.

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    Quote Originally Posted by winstwu View Post
    My friend said those who need indemnified bindings don’t know how to set them themselves.
    What your friend neglected to tell you is...
    ...those that know what an non-indemnified binding is, well THEY won't pay that much for a reasonably nice ski that's 15 years old.

    (But if you won't listen to Marshal, then what the hell am I doing.)
    PLONK

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    Quote Originally Posted by gregorys View Post
    What your friend neglected to tell you is...
    ...those that know what an non-indemnified binding is, well THEY won't pay that much for a reasonably nice ski that's 15 years old.

    (But if you won't listen to Marshal, then what the hell am I doing.)
    PLONK
    The jong does not need Marshallís advice, he has a friend who knows how to set his bindings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jackattack View Post
    The jong does not need Marshallís advice, he has a friend who knows how to set his bindings.
    ďJongĒ is so 2007Ö like the skis.

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    I offer 1 sam's club sized pack of pre cooked bacon.

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    2021. 150 bucks flat.

    Hell Iíll even pay 50 bucks shipped.


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    Quote Originally Posted by ohsnowflake View Post
    2021. 150 bucks flat.

    Hell Iíll even pay 50 bucks shipped.


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    Take this deal.


    *this place is awesome sometimes

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    $37 plus a map of all Big Sky smokeshacks


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    Pretty sure I sold my 186 Scot Schmidt Pros from a couple of years prior to OPs for $150 shipped; maybe $125?

    Good skis.

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