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I am putting together a list of supplies to build my first tuning kit. Since it will be some dough, I would prefer doing business with a supporting vendor who gives discounts to us guys. Are there sellers who have standing discounts for us?

Tx

D1

post #2 of 7

I suggest PM'ing 

 

Race Wax (Doctor D http://www.epicski.com/u/11354/doctor-d)  

Slidewright (Alpinord http://www.epicski.com/u/13318/alpinord)

 

Both have done so in the past and both are great guys, knowledgeable and well stocked with tuning supplies.

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I suggest PM'ing 

 

Race Wax (Doctor D http://www.epicski.com/u/11354/doctor-d)  

Slidewright (Alpinord http://www.epicski.com/u/13318/alpinord)

 

Both have done so in the past and both are great guys, knowledgeable and well stocked with tuning supplies.

Thanks, pal.

D

post #4 of 7

I see your 10 year membership anniversary is next month.  8 months ahead of me.

 

Soul brothers after all.

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I see your 10 year membership anniversary is next month.  8 months ahead of me.

 

Soul brothers after all.

So kind of you to notice. I have actually been thinking about that milestone as well.

I can say, with appreciation, that this site and Gathering experience, have added a wonderful dimension to my ski life. 

And particularly when we get a year like this one. I was just contemplating the fact that I have clocked more hours on this site during this pathetic winter here in Maine than I have on skis. It does keep the fire stoked. And for that I am most obliged.

Happy trails, Soul bro. Hope to be able to make some turns with you should the stars align.

D1

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Hopefully at Saddleback at the Gathering in March.

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Hopefully at Saddleback at the Gathering in March.

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