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post #31 of 34
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Originally Posted by davluri View Post

aha, there is a problem with using a caliper. You get a measurement for 1/2 the waist of the ski, but you still have to measure off one edge that amount and howya' gonna' do that? my doohicky gives you marks across the ski to use after you calculate, calipers don't have a scale across the surface of the ski. or am I nuts?

Don't know about yours Dav but my digital one also has a scale on the bar so you can use it in exactly the same way. Measuring from both sides and marking
post #32 of 34
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Originally Posted by ScotsSkier View Post


Don't know about yours Dav but my digital one also has a scale on the bar so you can use it in exactly the same way. Measuring from both sides and marking


aha! very useful. thanks. now I have to look over my lay out tools. been out at Squaw? look me up. blk. on blk. mostly.

post #33 of 34
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Originally Posted by davluri View Post


aha! very useful. thanks. now I have to look over my lay out tools. been out at Squaw? look me up. blk. on blk. mostly.

Not yet.  Been at Rose and down at mammoth this week.  Will be at Squaw in a couple of weeks for Masters races .Will need to try to hook up sometime this season to make a few turns and you can show me around squaw

post #34 of 34

Watching the little arm on the dial go around and around I never noticed the scale on the bar. Now what the blank am I gonna' do with my blankin' clever jig.

 

I used to sideslip for Sid there in the race events office.


Edited by davluri - 11/29/12 at 7:27pm
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