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The ForeRunner Ski Shop in Killington, VT

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Hello all.  Does anyone know if they are open at all this summer and if so, what kind of hours?  They had an item I would like to purchase but I haven't been able to get them on the phone and I live in Ontario so its a bit of a hike to check them out locally.

 

Thanks!

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IIRC, they close in the summer. Pete Smith, the owner heads back to western NY in the off season. 

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Hey Phil, thanks for the quick reply.  On a related matter, I tried calling the number on the StartHaus website and it said it was not in service, what's the deal with that?

 

I have some hart F17 classics that i need to get binders for asap as I'm trying to get to Momentum this summer.  I had the stock Look Pivot 14s on my last set and they were too wide (brake approx 95).  A while back you said something about being able to get turntables with a narrower brake, is this still the case?

 

Thanks

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Hey Phil, thanks for the quick reply.  On a related matter, I tried calling the number on the StartHaus website and it said it was not in service, what's the deal with that?

 

I have some hart F17 classics that i need to get binders for asap as I'm trying to get to Momentum this summer.  I had the stock Look Pivot 14s on my last set and they were too wide (brake approx 95).  A while back you said something about being able to get turntables with a narrower brake, is this still the case?

 

Thanks

IIRC, we do have a pair of 80mm Turntables but they are Pivot 18's. 
 

 

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how much?

 

Also, does a narrow 14 exist? theoretically, could it be ordered from Rossi/Look?

 

Alternatively, is there any way to modify the normal 14s with any more subtlety then simply bending them?

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how much?

 

Also, does a narrow 14 exist? theoretically, could it be ordered from Rossi/Look?

 

Alternatively, is there any way to modify the normal 14s with any more subtlety then simply bending them?

I think the narrow 14 will be coming out for next season. If you didn't live in Canada I would swap some brake pedestals with you but shipping back and forth to CA is a PITA. 

 

I am not at the shop to check price, can tomorrow. 
 

 

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thank you, its appreciated. Also, is there something wrong with the phone number on the website? both said they were out of service.

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