Just picked up a used pair of chubb's with old Solomon 977 demo bindings. Brought them in to really the only local ski shop (in Chicago the choices are extremely limited....) and to tune the skis the shop is charging me $50, and to adjust the binding (a demo binding mind you...) is $75. They are torque testing the binidng as well, but this still seems a bit ridiculous. Are these prices completely out of line? I'll be in Utah next week....should I have this done out there instead?
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1/23/06 at 10:19am