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Alpinord Happy Birthday

post #1 of 22
Thread Starter 
Thanks for all the tuning information and the great wax test kits this year.
Have a great day Terry! Are you pouring?

post #2 of 22
Ditto Cirques comments.

Thanks for the great tools and service.

HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!!

b
post #3 of 22
Happy B-Day. thanks for the spirited discussions!
post #4 of 22
Thanks guys! I enjoy our 'discussions' and have learned a lot from the discourse as well have made new quality friends. I'm heading out to fire up the beer 'bike' and start pouring black & tans.

Keeping with past traditions (and as a pulse check), I headed up to Colorado Basin (aka Velocity Basin, where alpine speed records were set in the 80s). Apparently, I didn't have enough pull with the Silverton guys to fire up the lift :, so I had to climb a couple thousand feet to ski on crusted suncups before the snow hit. No soft corn today, as the temps were in the 20s/low 30s and windy but great to get up in the high country a check out the views.





post #5 of 22
Happy Birthday! Many Happy Turns!

Steve

(You'd probably be getting a lot more good wishes if the posting worked. I had to read dchans thread to find that the only way to post is to click on the "Post Reply" button.)
post #6 of 22
Hope it's a great one!
post #7 of 22
Congrats and happy birthday, my friend... looks like a great day!
post #8 of 22
Happy birthday!

Now that I've washed my Jeep, can you give me some advice on wax?:
post #9 of 22
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Originally Posted by trekchick View Post
Happy birthday!

Now that I've washed my Jeep, can you give me some advice on wax?:
I tried his liquid wax on my car (by accident). It sucks!:

It does come off with Zymol.
post #10 of 22
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Originally Posted by trekchick View Post
Now that I've washed my Jeep, can you give me some advice on wax?:
Go Brazilian with low temp wax and base tape this time of year.
post #11 of 22
A belated Happy Birthday to a fellow who so well provides this forum humorously 'wrenching' information
post #12 of 22
Didn't Terry just have a birthday?
I guess time flies when you're on properly waxed skis!


Happy Birthday!
post #13 of 22
Ditto on the above Terry, have a great day!

Thanks for all the helpful advice and such!
post #14 of 22
Happy Birthday ,Terry.
post #15 of 22
Hoooray for Terry! Happy birthday and thanks for your great products and service. I hope to get back to your neck of the woods soon. I would really look forward to making some turns with you
post #16 of 22
Happy birthday. Thanks for letting me try your waxes for free and the thermometer and brush and bag to put it all in was really nice. Maplus wax is as good or better than any I have used, I will be ordering more soon. I really like the liquid and spray wax as additions to the solid wax in my kit. Also thanks for the free bindings. I'm sorry I didn't use them yet, I promise I will. That set up is my only one that doesn't require a lift or skins, so it is also the only one that doesn't require a drive. Just waiting for the snow. Also thanks for the iron. I don't care what you said about clothes irons in a recent thread, I think it works just fine.

Thanks for sharing your knowledge here on tuning and nordic skiing. We will have a nordic forum here someday.
post #17 of 22
Happy birthday Terry! And thanks to your contributions to Epic.
post #18 of 22
Happy belated!
post #19 of 22
Thread Starter 
Yeah, ok. I started this thread a year ago. About time for a second post.
Dude, you know wax.

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Originally Posted by Alpinord View Post
I'm guessing both:



(This you, TC?)
post #20 of 22
Thanks all! Nice to hear and get to know many fine people.

Cirque, I was wondering where my Wax or Shave thread contribution ended up.

Telerod, that iron got some milage by me until I 'saw the light' .

Bumpfreaq, there's still turns to be had. Got skunked on Friday due to new snow and slide danger, among other reasons. Get your butt down here for the annual 'b-day ski', hopefully by weeks end. :
post #21 of 22
Happy happy
post #22 of 22
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Originally Posted by Cirquerider View Post
Yeah, ok. I started this thread a year ago. About time for a second post.
Dude, you know wax.
My mind is baffled by the physical aspect of the seat/rider interface point....:
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