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    Nick Pappagiorgio knows how to do Gear Swap. It was a pleasure doing business with him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chugachjed View Post
    Beaterd is the fucking man. He went out of his way to pick up a pair of rare skis for me and shipped them quicklike before I even paid. Excellent communication and +100000000 maggot points for being the man. FKNA

    The baby loves the skis too, as soon as she saw them she had to crawl right on top of them and drool. I can't wait till she's old enough to put her on a pair of her own.
    Right backatcha man.

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    Bought some brakes off of slave2gravity, probably the easiest quickest transaction I've ever had on gearswap. Solid!

    Also, Dantheman is solid for taking back a pair of skis that I wasn't completely satisfied on the condition of, and was good about commo. Definately another solid mag.

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    Mr. Toad-don't let the low post count scare you. Also a ttipper.

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    nutcase paid very fast, all good
    Quote Originally Posted by other grskier View Post
    well, in the three years i've been skiing i bet i can ski most anything those 'pro's' i listed can, probably

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    Props to BeanDip4All

    I get home from an after-work bike ride and have a box sitting on my back stoop. I was kinda expecting to receive the skis sometime this week, but not in a box big enough to ship myself back to NY in.



    And enough bubble wrap to make me comfortable in the cargo hold:



    Big thanks for the hookup. These will be perfect for icy days 'round these parts.

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    Also, probably redundant props for various transactions to:

    Conundrum
    mn_teleskier
    AxeBiker
    KoKopeLLi
    hialtitude
    ski_faster
    word929
    Slave2Gravity
    PapaBeer
    Skidog

    I've met three of 'em so far, hope to meet more.
    Last edited by wurst; 06-18-2008 at 03:33 PM.

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    Props to:
    Hugh Jass-great deal on that fork, chabnged my whole life.
    Ubertele-Quick, easy, steezy.
    Corky- Good people, totally legit.
    5B-Quick like a bunny, really friendly.
    Nate S-Those monsters are sweeet...
    Also JTrue, 02Sedona, everyone else I forgot. Thanks, fellas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wurst View Post
    I get home from an after-work bike ride and have a box sitting on my back stoop. I was kinda expecting to receive the skis sometime this week, but not in a box big enough to ship myself back to NY in.



    And enough bubble wrap to make me comfortable in the cargo hold:



    Big thanks for the hookup. These will be perfect for icy days 'round these parts.
    Can I have the box? I need a big ass box to ship some skis and I was gonna make magic with duct tape, bubble wrap, and cardboard scraps but that might be just the thing, let me know, i could pay for you to ship it to me
    Quote Originally Posted by other grskier View Post
    well, in the three years i've been skiing i bet i can ski most anything those 'pro's' i listed can, probably

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    New to the forum and post count reflected it.

    Sold some skis and forwarded them out before payment.

    PHIL IS THE MAN!

    https://www.tetongravity.com/forums/m...67#vmessage267

    Super fast payment and legit

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    the vor, for hooking me up with an msr dragonfly, and shipping it on the super-fly! It arrived just as described, and the price was right. Thanks, man!

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    Nickman shipped fast and cheap for me. Kudos to him.
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    Spankthepow sent me a bike at a great deal and split shipping with me. Then he refunded me ten more bucks 'cause shipping was cheaper than he thought. Good communication and fast shipping.
    There's nothing better than sliding down snow... flying through the air.

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    Wes - because they go by outer dimensions as well as weight, I think the box would cost about the same to ship full or empty. So unless it's worth $30 to you, you're probably better off finding a water heater box or something like that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wes Mantooth View Post
    Can I have the box? I need a big ass box to ship some skis and I was gonna make magic with duct tape, bubble wrap, and cardboard scraps but that might be just the thing, let me know, i could pay for you to ship it to me
    Wes,

    I hit up the UPS store, $12 for a ski box. I used it to ship a muzzleloader but saved the other half for some kids skis that will hit gear swap later this summer/fall.

    Jay
    Five minutes into the drive and you're already driving me crazy...

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    Researcher is the man. Got some AK Rocket LAB swallowtails from him with 916's for a smoking deal, a damn good deal. Shipped monday got here today. Excellent to do business with.

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    Hugh Conway is a dope rockstar doesn't-have-to-shave man among men... he shipped a pair of BD flicklocks absolutely free... I wasn't even expecting them. I owe him some brew, now. If he'd only fess up to his e-mail address, so I could paypal him some $dinero$...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lexi-Bell View Post
    And a hella big shotout to UAN for what may have been the most participated-in group buy ever, respect.
    i know your post was from, like, 18 months ago, but i didn't see it until tonight. thanks for the props. i was happy to hook everyone up. that was a big deal where basically everyone was cool.

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    Bandit Man was overly conservative in describing the extremely minor flaws in what were essentially a very clean pair of AK Rockets.

    Props to Bandit Man

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    x lurker and MTslackcountry both paid promptly for the dukes and praxis. Thanks for the smooth transaction guys.
    Last edited by GotBoy; 08-12-2008 at 03:19 PM.

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    Daywalker- just hooked me up with a sweet jacket for a killer deal, and even threw in a ski bag after someone else backed out. PROPS to him.

    Summit- Great transaction last year for some sticks. Arrived as described and had good communication along the way.

    Rulethe Rock- Thanks for the props above, it was also a great transaction on this end. Glad you're enjoying the stove.

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    Props to arild... who paid promptly for the sunglasses, and threw in a few extra bucks for any troubles...

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    Good transactions with:

    Norcascader - fast ship - uber duct taped wrapped ski boxes for extra saftey
    Stu Gotz - fast payment
    cj001f (hugh conway?) - special props...shipped googles and wouldn't let me pay a dime for shipping or the goggles!!

    Many others too...

    These guys have done freelance work for me and have been top notch to work with remotely:

    Big Blue
    Monkey Bones
    MD9

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    Dealt with a few mags over the years with some gear. I can only remember a few names right now.

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    Splat

    It's all been good so far. Hopefully my experience stays that way.

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