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post #61 of 72
Sounds great if you're handy, what did you save after that, $15? This is what Christmas lists are for. If only Christmas were in October.. I break down a lot and buy my own because I can't wait..
post #62 of 72
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Sounds great if you're handy, what did you save after that, $15?
$15? Where do you get your rotobrushes? Seems to me a brush is anywhere from $40 to $100 online, plus another $100 or so for the handle, guard and shaft. That makes sense if you've got the money, more than three or four pairs of skis to wax, and limited time and energy to do it. However, if you can accomplish the same thing with $15 for a brush, maybe a dollar for a bolt, and five minutes with a hacksaw, even I would consider it.
post #63 of 72
Last week I found several for $35 and $40. Today not seeing them, but I'm sure it's doable with summer coupon sales. I'll have to dig up how much mine cost as part of a set. Might be on the bag in my basement.
post #64 of 72
Tognar has a 20% off sale running right now but ya gotta blow 200 bucks

Hope this helps with the budget
post #65 of 72
More deals: Artech (artechski.com) has 20% off tools and wax, no minimum order, free shipping over $150, discount code "spring." Race Werks usually sends a discount code if you sign up More deals: Artech (artechski.com) has 20% off tools and wax, no minimum order, free shipping over $150, discount code "spring." Race Werks usually sends a discount code if you sign up for their newsletter, and often has free shipping. newsletter, and often has free shipping. And Racewax has 10% off with code 10p.

@near nyquist, is there a discount code for the Tognar sale? I didn't see one, but I'm on my phone...
post #66 of 72
It might be on their Facebook page. I tried to use it, then they did the check to tell me I hadn't spent enough.

I'm trying to buy that base flattener but most places don't sell it.
post #67 of 72
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Originally Posted by sibhusky View Post

Last week I found several for $35 and $40. Today not seeing them, but I'm sure it's doable with summer coupon sales. I'll have to dig up how much mine cost as part of a set. Might be on the bag in my basement.
I haven't looked at sets since I saw them going for $250-$350, and that looks to be the minimum if you put it together from the lower priced options. I guess the convenience must be worth it.
post #68 of 72
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It might be on their Facebook page. I tried to use it, then they did the check to tell me I hadn't spent enough.

I'm trying to buy that base flattener but most places don't sell it.

Slidewright and Reliable Racing carry it but they're both out of stock. frown.gif
post #69 of 72
Yes, I've been looking daily. Trying to get it for $50 or less.
post #70 of 72
Roto brush set (Tools4Boards) for $229, seller is Briko-Maplus:

http://www.ebay.com/itm/TOOLS4BOARDS-SPIN-Ski-Snowboard-5-pc-Roto-Tuning-Kit-Nylon-Brass-Horsehair-/261391476719?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item3cdc2567ef

This is looking bad; it's 6:00 on Sunday and I'm on eBay, ostensibly to come up with a price for something I'm selling, but going downhill rapidly.
post #71 of 72
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@near nyquist, is there a discount code for the Tognar sale? I didn't see one, but I'm on my phone...

It's downunder also on their homepage
post #72 of 72
Thanks--much easier to see on the desktop computer.
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