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  1. #1
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    STOCKLI Stormrider TT110 183s

    Fantastic skis in excellent condition. No base issues, edges are crisp and tuned. A few superficial topsheet marks. Drilled twice. Prior owner had guardians and now pivots at 315 bsl @ -1. Summer storage all temp wax.
    Pivot 14s included
    SOLD $320

    Let me know if you have questions. Open to shipping but prefer local sale. Click image for larger version. 

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    Last edited by CascadeLuke; 09-19-2023 at 12:49 PM.

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    Oh man!!! A smaller guy needs to grab these asap as they fuggin rip!!!


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    Pmd, where are you located op?

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    Ripping skis, great price.

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    STOCKLI Stormrider TT110 183s

    Quote Originally Posted by Vermontfreeride View Post
    Pmd, where are you located op?
    Cascades?

    I saw these earlier and quietly backed away. So very tempting but so very not needed by me. Curious nonetheless. Hopefully someone local will score Ďem. $hipped across country to collect dust in my already impractical ec quiver is not what these deserve.
    Uno mas

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vermontfreeride View Post
    Pmd, where are you located op?
    Seattle area. No pm found btw

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    Quote Originally Posted by CascadeLuke View Post
    Seattle area. No pm found btw
    Luke, damn you have fine tasteÖ.. those Pivot heels are pretty rearward - is that to accommodate a 315mm or are you stretching a 315mm mount to accommodate a larger bsl? If the existing Pivot mount can accommodate a 305mm it will keep me pacing the isle while trying to talk myself out of want.
    Uno mas

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    Dang Iím in Oregon so that rules out local pickup. I would also need the current mount to accommodate 305mm

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vermontfreeride View Post
    Dang Iím in Oregon so that rules out local pickup. I would also need the current mount to accommodate 305mm
    That is a cheaper shipping rate and a better climate. I remain irrationally interested if you pass.
    Uno mas

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    Ignoring this thread @307mm.

    Unless they'll go that low.

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    Oof... that's my BSL and I'm local, but I doubt I would ski them enough to merit owning them with a devastator and mfree 108 in the stable.

    Someone should cop, especially if you don't have a reverse camber ski in the quiver. So fun and kind of like a cheat code in PNW snow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doremite View Post
    That is a cheaper shipping rate and a better climate. I remain irrationally interested if you pass.
    Look at pirateship.com

    I just had a pair of skis shipped from the Seattle area for $27...granted they were flat but only chumps pay retail.

    Also considered for a hot minute (my BSL, always wanted to ski a pair of Stocklis) but there's no way I'm man enough to be on those skis in Vermont.

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    These belong in New England imho. Personally Iíd mount them quite a bit forward from where they look to be right now.

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    PMed about the skis flat.
    a positive attitude will not solve all of your problems, but it may annoy enough people to make it worth the effort

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    Unfortunately donít have a 307 to gauge the fitment

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    STOCKLI Stormrider TT110 183s

    Quote Originally Posted by waveshello View Post
    Oof... that's my BSL and I'm local, but I doubt I would ski them enough to merit owning them with a devastator and mfree 108 in the stable.

    Someone should cop, especially if you don't have a reverse camber ski in the quiver. So fun and kind of like a cheat code in PNW snow.
    I mean this ever so kindly but the m-free and this ski only share a common width. This is a throwback crusher thatís agile in trees and tight spots but still hammers hardback n chop. Never been on devs to draw that comparison.

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    Cant tell for sure but it looks like the heel towers are screwed out past the top knurled ring.
    If so, they are probably maxed out at 315 and can down about 15mm.

    Either way I'm out, I just reminded myself I have a HL FR110 on the wall.
    (TT110 is still on my list though)

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    I agree with your train of thought except the passing part

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    STOCKLI Stormrider TT110 183s

    Quote Originally Posted by CascadeLuke View Post
    I agree with your train of thought except the passing part
    Please see post #7 above w a question on the mount / your bsl. I just canít seem to walk away from this.
    Uno mas

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doremite View Post
    Please see post #7 above w a question on the mount / your bsl. I just canít seem to walk away from this.
    PMíd ya

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    Some bites but still available

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    I can't believe these are still here. My DD the past few years has been a 192 110tt. So capable, smooth, and damp.

    At 6'5" and 250 these are too small for me, but I am dreading the day that mine go kaput. Anybody got a line on a pair of the long duk dongs?

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    Quote Originally Posted by river59 View Post
    I can't believe these are still here. My DD the past few years has been a 192 110tt. So capable, smooth, and damp.

    At 6'5" and 250 these are too small for me, but I am dreading the day that mine go kaput. Anybody got a line on a pair of the long duk dongs?
    You can take mine from my cold dead hands.

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    Quote Originally Posted by I Skied Bandini Mountain View Post
    You can take mine from my cold dead hands.
    X2..


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    STOCKLI Stormrider TT110 183s

    I am patiently hanging on the sidelines for a Seattle local to swoop in on these. If they need to be boxed to move, I will take them - assuming shipping across country can be accomplished at a reasonable $.
    Uno mas

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