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My new volkl T-50's are going to need a good shop tune soon,I diamond stone these as needed and use f-4 wax every day,the factory spec's are 1 degree base and 2 degree side bevel and I've been trying to extend the factory tune as long as possible. The best tunes I've had were in Park city at Renstall and Arcs ,these guys really know what there doing.But unfortunetly I'm in N.Y.C (long island) and ski mostly at Hunter mtn.in upstate N.Y. Tune ups are only as good as the guy with his hands on the equipment so I hope somebody can give me a good recommendation out there.
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Originally posted by powderkid:
My new volkl T-50's are going to need a good shop tune soon,I diamond stone these as needed and use f-4 wax every day,the factory spec's are 1 degree base and 2 degree side bevel and I've been trying to extend the factory tune as long as possible. The best tunes I've had were in Park city at Renstall and Arcs ,these guys really know what there doing.But unfortunetly I'm in N.Y.C (long island) and ski mostly at Hunter mtn.in upstate N.Y. Tune ups are only as good as the guy with his hands on the equipment so I hope somebody can give me a good recommendation out there.
Windham just put in about $100K in tuning machines.
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Originally posted by Phil Pugliese:
</font><blockquote>quote:</font><hr />Originally posted by powderkid:
My new volkl T-50's are going to need a good shop tune soon,I diamond stone these as needed and use f-4 wax every day,the factory spec's are 1 degree base and 2 degree side bevel and I've been trying to extend the factory tune as long as possible. The best tunes I've had were in Park city at Renstall and Arcs ,these guys really know what there doing.But unfortunetly I'm in N.Y.C (long island) and ski mostly at Hunter mtn.in upstate N.Y. Tune ups are only as good as the guy with his hands on the equipment so I hope somebody can give me a good recommendation out there.
Windham just put in about $100K in tuning machines.</font>[/quote]thanks fot the suggestion I had given it a thought before besides the ne w equipment how are the shop tech's any recommendations
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