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  1. #101
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    I've got a pair of 195 Rossi SC 108's and a pair of first year Big Dumps in SLC. I switched to tele and haven't skied either in a few years, i'd be happy to unload either pair.

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  2. #102
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    Those SC 108s are stupid stiff. This is an acceptable substitute for the RC112.

  3. #103
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    Stupid stuff and side cut and camber all the way to the very tip. Never skied those and never wanted to.

  4. #104
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    Quote Originally Posted by arild View Post
    $220 shipped in Norway with p18s. My quiver is getting a bit bloated in the charger spectrum.

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    Bsl? Tempting but I think shipping is going to be a bit hefty to get to the states.

  5. #105
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    Yeah I'd be interested in the sc108.

  6. #106
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    Quote Originally Posted by skiing2skiing View Post
    Bsl? Tempting but I think shipping is going to be a bit hefty to get to the states.
    315. Moving heel or toe slightly for my 307s. But hell no, keeping these for myself(on a different note, shipping privately a pair of skis with bindings norway-US was $100 10 years ago. Extrapolating a bit with some inflation and covid price increase, easily five times that). You had your shot with swerve, but didn't get off the pot.

    Still don't understand why you need Ragnaroks with Big Dumps already there, but I don't understand my own reasoning all the time either.

    Short story on the Ragnaroks: created to give Fred (and Nobis, if my recollection's not too off) something to replicate the performance of the Big Dumps when they left Dynastar.

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  7. #107
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    https://www.facebook.com/marketplace...8459168443141/

    194 faction 13s... I'd be happy to assist with shipping

  8. #108
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    Quote Originally Posted by ASP View Post
    https://www.facebook.com/marketplace...8459168443141/

    194 faction 13s... I'd be happy to assist with shipping
    Skiing2skiing, take the man up on his offer, so this thread can be moved!

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  9. #109
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    https://www.ebay.com/itm/Rossignol-p...-127632-2357-0


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  10. #110
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    Holy bejeesus, Thirteens are even better than I remembered, 10 years since my og pair disappeared. Mounted on the line with pivots. About 87cm from the tails, that is.

    Damp as fuck, ridiculously much effective edge even with the generous tip rocker, really flat tails, pretty much all this thread is about. No metal in these, but they're so heavy and damp on their own wood and glass merits, they don't need it.

    What's funny is that although they will let you wreck through crud, chunder and fluffy pow with equal ease, and they will kill you in the back seat, the flatish camber makes them really friendly in tighter spots. Laying down long ass carves do require a ton of speed, and carving them at slow speeds is a non starter, but actually just sliding around on them at the bunny hill isn't all that. The skis just don't give a fuck what you do, as long as you don't suck.

    Marshal, I know you have plans for these skis in the future!

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  11. #111
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    I have some 195 Whitedot Ranger Pros laying around. 112 ish under foot. Pretty chargy but still fun in pow. Skied them today in wind blown over crust with pockets and they are perfect for that kind of variable but I still wanna go fast stuff. Pm if interested


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  12. #112
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    There's a 194 blizzard titan Zeus available locally... $125. Has a ridiculous 48m radius. Sounds just right for that Midwest ski hill, OP! 🥲

    From blister:
    "The Bodacious was introduced last season as the biggest and baddest ski in Blizzard’s “Free Mountain” lineup. It replaced the Titan Zeus, a stiff big-mountain destroyer that might have been a little too burly for most. Even ski mountaineer and Freeskiing World Tour champion Arne Backstrom used the Zeus solely for competition; it was more ski than he wanted for everyday freeskiing.
    For that, Backstrom wanted a more forgiving, all-purpose ski that still charged, and the Bodacious (which would become his signature ski) was designed to fill this role."


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  13. #113
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    The Titan Zeus was awesome. Do it.

    Bring strong legs.
    Quote Originally Posted by powder11 View Post
    if you have to resort to taking advice from the nitwits on this forum, then you're doomed.

  14. #114
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    I have a pair of minty Rev 105 191cm that might fit the bill Click image for larger version. 

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    Just fucking point it and shut up

  15. #115
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    Quote Originally Posted by skiwithcharlie View Post
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    I'm probably not the most qualified to comment on a thread about charging skis since I don't think I really charge.

    But these skis have a big floppy tip if it is the ski I think it is.
    Goal: ski in the 2018/19 season

  16. #116
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    Quote Originally Posted by waveshello View Post
    There's a 194 blizzard titan Zeus available locally... $125. Has a ridiculous 48m radius. Sounds just right for that Midwest ski hill, OP! 🥲

    From blister:
    "The Bodacious was introduced last season as the biggest and baddest ski in Blizzard’s “Free Mountain” lineup. It replaced the Titan Zeus, a stiff big-mountain destroyer that might have been a little too burly for most. Even ski mountaineer and Freeskiing World Tour champion Arne Backstrom used the Zeus solely for competition; it was more ski than he wanted for everyday freeskiing.
    For that, Backstrom wanted a more forgiving, all-purpose ski that still charged, and the Bodacious (which would become his signature ski) was designed to fill this role."


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    Ooh, sounds fun, is there a link?

  17. #117
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    2nd the Zeus's, quite sick! I actually liked them more when the were beat up and a little softer lol.

    Head boneshaker is awesome, like having a couple broadsword attached to your feet. I can really carve, but heavy.

    Had some old monster 103s I scored and putting some wax on, used a technique my buddy was telling me to press the iron on and move slow, delaminated the ski! Awe so dumb... I used a ton of glue but couldn't get it clamped quite together... does anyone know if this is dangerous to ride at high speed, lol could ski actually explode? I figure might as well get the use out of em...

  18. #118
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    I frickin loved those 4x4 Bigs. Had them with teles and alpines and they killed it

  19. #119
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    Still looking?
    198 katana (apparently, no actual pics)
    https://classifieds.ksl.com/listing/66577884

  20. #120
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marshal Olson View Post
    Still looking?
    198 katana (apparently, no actual pics)
    https://classifieds.ksl.com/listing/66577884
    Pics 2-4 seem to be actual pics

  21. #121
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marshal Olson View Post
    Still looking?
    198 katana (apparently, no actual pics)
    https://classifieds.ksl.com/listing/66577884
    Paging AEV to the white courtesy phone

  22. #122
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    Pretty shameless, but still:

    Heritagelabskis.com/products/fl113

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