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Whats are these skis worth?

post #1 of 15
Thread Starter 
I have a pair of Sally Scream Pilots I bought about 8 years ago but only skied a handful of times because I'm 6'2" 275lbs and they are way to soft for me.


Thinking of selling because they take up room needlessly. Curious as to what they are worth so I can post them for sale of just give them away.


Johnny
post #2 of 15
Like most skis more than 5 years old, these have very little value.

Michael
post #3 of 15
Thread Starter 
That is what I thought.
post #4 of 15
Thread Starter 
If anybody wants these skis they are for sale...


The price is "FREE TO GOOD HOME"

They are in perfect condition. Hardly skied.

I ski Hunter all the time and can meet somebody there if want them.



Johnny
post #5 of 15
I have a friend who would definetly be interested in those if you're willing to ship. What length are they?
post #6 of 15
oyou can usually re-use the bindings. They come off that pile-o-shit binding system and can just be used on any other ski.

PM me if you want to sell/give away the bindings only
post #7 of 15
Thread Starter 
They are 191's. I did not know that you could re-use those bindings.


Johnny
post #8 of 15
Quote:
Originally Posted by mntlion View Post
oyou can usually re-use the bindings. They come off that pile-o-shit binding system and can just be used on any other ski.
I think that only works with the 14-DIN Pilots, and those were not likely mounted on skis the OP describes as soft. I'm guessing they were 810 or 912 Pilots.
post #9 of 15
Oh? I have removed the higher DIN ones before, but not the lower.
Johhny:

can you email me pics?

dave@fatskideals.com
post #10 of 15
Thread Starter 
I don't really want to get into taking bindings off.

I would rather give these skis to someone that could use them.

They are too soft for me but they are in perfect condition a would love to see someone get them.
post #11 of 15
OK, well if you find someone local great,

if you find someone that can use a screw driver, and you remove the bindings, let me know.

thanks
post #12 of 15
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Originally Posted by alpinedad View Post
I think that only works with the 14-DIN Pilots, and those were not likely mounted on skis the OP describes as soft. I'm guessing they were 810 or 912 Pilots.
Quote:
Originally Posted by mntlion View Post
OK, well if you find someone local great,

if you find someone that can use a screw driver, and you remove the bindings, let me know.

thanks
I've got a pair of 186 cm Scream 10 Pilots that are:
A) Very soft for me and I only weigh 160
B) Binding din is 12. (912s?)
These are probably similar to what OP is looking at:

If all you have is a screwdriver then you are the one that is screwed. These are attached with bolts that are similar to Allen screws but Allen keys wont fit this pattern either. All you can do with a screwdriver would be remove the brake or adjust the snake tracks.

If you can find the time to take your foot out of your mouth maybe you should then use it to apologize to OP. After all, they are just trying to find a home for the skis and are offering them for free

Carry on..
post #13 of 15
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Originally Posted by crgildart View Post
If you can find the time to take your foot out of your mouth maybe you should then use it to apologize to OP. After all, they are just trying to find a home for the skis and are offering them for free

Carry on..



Reading that screwdriver comment left me with a pretty bad impression. I'm surprised to see someone making comments like that while trying to advertise their business.
post #14 of 15
sorry, I missed the after the post. (and spend too much time on TGR)

the hex on the side will remove the whole plate, the bindings are usually removeable from this plate with a #3 ph or #3 PZ.

either is doable.

sorry carry on
post #15 of 15
I've currently got 9 pair of skis. I've mounted or remounted all my own bindings since 1980 except the ones that came on the screams I paid $50.00 for three years ago. No PH I've ever seen would turn the bolts that hold those bindings to the plate (but a titanium tip drill bit would). I would just drill through it should I decide to remove it. The type of screwdriver/bit to actually remove the screws correctly would resemble something like a miniature version of a key to a locking nut on a car rim.
The bindings with 14 and higher din on screams use regular PH screws. These ain't them.
Carry on.
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