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FS: 2005 Fischer RX8 with Railflex

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I'm cutting down on quiver overlap again. The one ski that I thought I would never sell is now available ;

This example has the orange top-skin with black & red trim. I'll post pictures tonight. These are a truly great carver and one of the quickest and easiest-to-use performance skis made. Already a classic. The 175cm length will fit any good skier from 175 lbs to 225 lbs. 115-66-98mm side-cut produces a 15 meter turn radius. This size is very stable for longer GS type turns and improves its versatility compared to shorter sizes. It's still one of the quickest feeling skis I have ever owned and will produce short-fall line turns with little effort.

SANDWICH CONSTRUCTION - A unique concept in ski core manufacturing that gives the entire ski construction the ultimate in stability. The Sandwich Sidewall Construction is the result of an intelligent layered structure with a wood core to give the ski edges perfect support and make them harder and more durable. Compared with other constructions the ski's shock absorbing properties have been improved considerably - just like the more even power flow to the edges.
FREQUENCY TUNING INSIDE - Stabilization system that ensures extraordinarily smooth skiing and supports the dynamism of the ski
AIR CHANNEL- Air channels integrated into the glass fibre wood core save considerable weight. Extreme strength and optimum surface pressure distribution.
AIR CARBON TI - Extremely lightweight and strong combination of Air Carbon and titanium. Guarantees easier handling and optimum performance

These have only a few days on them and have not seen snow in two years. No damage or defects and they look and perform as new. I also purchased a Worldcup RC in 2005, the Dynastar Contact 11 in 2006 and the Progressor in 2007; the RX8 saw little use due to the newer gear. Too many skis.

I'll take $295 plus $30 shipping.

Michael
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An existing pix, more to follow...
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More pix, these go on eBay tonight;
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Sorry to say it, but I don't think you should count on it.. Hope someone bids.. comeon guys!
post #7 of 27
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I'll bet you your favorite beverage...... that these will sell.
post #8 of 27
You owe grook one beverage!
post #9 of 27
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Yes I do. I'm not sure I can afford the Euros!

Michael
post #10 of 27
You might need to take out a small personal loan to cover the Euro exchange rate and the high taxes on alcohol!

My sister lives in Sweden and I almost crapped my pants the first time I ordered a beer in a bar over there. Came out to something like $9 US.

Mike
post #11 of 27
Haha great We'll meet up one day and I'll buy you one as well for my great comment btw. we got Danish Kroner in Denmark Not Euros.. :P I'll ski you sometime barrettscv
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Haha great We'll meet up one day and I'll buy you one as well for my great comment btw. we got Danish Kroner in Denmark Not Euros.. :P I'll ski you sometime barrettscv
Kroners, I should have known. Come to Utah and I'll meet you there. We can ski snow up to our chins .

Michael
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Kroners, I should have known. Come to Utah and I'll meet you there. We can ski snow up to our chins .

Michael
You got accommodation for a 19-year-old?
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You got accommodation for a 19-year-old?
If she's cute and my wife is out of town...
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You got accommodation for a 19-year-old?
I have a 20 year old daughter who could join us (no joke).

Michael
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If she's cute and my wife is out of town...
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I have a 20 year old daughter who could join us (no joke).

Michael
Don't know where we will land next year, but would love to make some turns...if we got room, you are welcome to stay with us with or without your daughter...
post #18 of 27
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Wow, that's a great offer. let's stay in contact.

Michael
post #19 of 27
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Bump, these are still available!
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availability

Are any of them still available?
post #21 of 27
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Yes, the RX8 are available.
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post #23 of 27

2008 RX8's

Great ski, good price & condition, there are new ones on Ebay for 389.00!!
post #24 of 27

RX8

It's me again.
I came up with some cash but still not how much you asked.
Can we agree on $200 plus shipping?
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PM sent
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Great ski, good price & condition, there are new ones on Ebay for 389.00!!
They went for $399. My $249 starting price looks solid.

Michael
post #27 of 27
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Another eBay sale, this one sold at $391 for a used ski: http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...m=130265037950

My sales ends tonight!

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...m=190263840906
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