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  1. ďNot foundĒ ?

    ďNot foundĒ ?
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    Yes, P-Tex first. That way they can grind the...

    Yes, P-Tex first. That way they can grind the structure into the repaired area as well as the base.
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    I would do both, and have the edges set and tuned...

    I would do both, and have the edges set and tuned at the same time. A gouge in your bases always has the ability to effect how the boards ride, so definitely fill it with P-Tex. Also, when you get...
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    Skiboarders have been "Freesking" (Park and Pipe)...

    Skiboarders have been "Freesking" (Park and Pipe) for a long time. In fact that is what our traditional cambered boards are made for. And, since the advent of rockered skiboards, we have also be...
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    Iíve been using skis more and more these last few...

    Iíve been using skis more and more these last few seasons. And, the skis Iím using are getting longer. Skiboards are more fun, but are also harder work. They shorter they are, the more input they...
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    Summit Carbon Pro 110s?

    Summit 110s are very similar in profile and performance to the DLPs.

    Be warned, the edges chip like crazy, especially the carbon pro version.
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    The only real way to know if our sport is...

    The only real way to know if our sport is growing, declining or holding it's own, would to know the actual sales of new boards over the last few seasons. Although that doesn't tell us how many folks...
  8. Really, you call me out in public and donít...

    Really, you call me out in public and donít expect me to react? This is an internet discussion board, if you donít want your opinion discussed, donít post it. If a negative opinion ruins your day,...
  9. Why the defensiveness, it's a conversation about...

    Why the defensiveness, it's a conversation about suitable locations for a snow dome?

    Is there a reason for you to be a jerk about it?
  10. Well,I guess that's relative to where you are...

    Well,I guess that's relative to where you are coming from and what you consider to be a "major" road and an airport. It's pretty much a three hour drive for anyone in the home counties that has to...
  11. Great Blakenham...........could they not have...

    Great Blakenham...........could they not have found somewhere further off the beaten track?
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    The better I ski, the more comfortable my boots...

    The better I ski, the more comfortable my boots seem to be....
  13. Thread: My new toy's

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    First, you must use release bindings for kids....

    First, you must use release bindings for kids. The risk of causing permanent disability by damaging their growth plates is not worth the risk.

    All kids are different, but I think most have...
  14. Thread: My new toy's

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    If they are brand new and unused call Greco...

    If they are brand new and unused call Greco before you attempt any home repairs. It's hard to tell from the picture if it's structural or just cosmetic.
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    Most adjustments are personal choice depended on...

    Most adjustments are personal choice depended on riding style. I prefer the top strap to the front of the boot so it keep my heel securely in the cup, but I think most go over?
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    That's the forward lean adjustment on the high...

    That's the forward lean adjustment on the high back.
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    Use TapaTalk to upload images.

    Use TapaTalk to upload images.
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    Nothing from me. The HDPE risers I made two...

    Nothing from me. The HDPE risers I made two seasons ago fixed all my binding/boot/interface/footprint/flex issues, so I seem to have no more problems to solve.
  19. Thread: 96 lines

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    https://issuu.com/lineskis/docs/line-catalog-96-97

    https://issuu.com/lineskis/docs/line-catalog-96-97
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    I canít do it from work, but Iíll put the link...

    I canít do it from work, but Iíll put the link here for you guys tonight. That way you can directly download it and save it yourselves.
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    Itís the bindings that make skiboards feel heavy...

    Itís the bindings that make skiboards feel heavy or light. Non release are the lightest, then direct fix release, then release on risers.

    There really is no ďone board does it allĒ, although some...
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    Not sure if you guys have seen this or not, but...

    Not sure if you guys have seen this or not, but here is Lineís 1996/97 Skiboard Catalogue.

    https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20190224/5089696de4cd637b1e703e5a7d28ca71.jpg
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    It depends on what kind of ticket you bought, but...

    It depends on what kind of ticket you bought, but generally speaking the answer is no, once you buy the ticket it is yours, no matter what. That is how they can give such a deep discount, by buying...
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    Sierra has some of the best tree runs in Tahoe.

    Sierra has some of the best tree runs in Tahoe.
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    The dilemma in skiing, especially events, is...

    The dilemma in skiing, especially events, is wanting great snow, but then having to deal with when it falls[emoji854]
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