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Summit tuning/grinds

post #1 of 3
Thread Starter 
I've got a bunch of skis in the family quiver that are overdue for a grind. Rather than wait until next season starts does anyone know of a shop in Summit County that's still doing tunes? Bulk pricing would be a plus.
post #2 of 3
Why not check the bases with a true bar or other device like a metal ruler (it's pretty close to being straight).

I hate to see great skis go through a grind when (possibly), all they need is the edges done.

If they are beat and gouged and railed under foot ..... nuther story ... let it rip!
post #3 of 3
Thread Starter 
I'm not one for excessive grinding either but I've got:
A pair of 05 PEs with about 75 days
A pair of RX9s with 50 days
A pair of Atuas that I just picked up off Craigs List that need a new start

I do my own tuning but sometimes you just have to break down.
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