Originally Posted by Lou Rosenfeld Understand your wish to not have left and right skis. That is why boot work exists. You could easily do the experiments as Bud and Jim have described to at least determine if the techniques help. If they do you can decide what to do next.
Why not at least learn something. You can always reject the solution later.
What is the feeling that makes you say you are heavy on your inside edges?
So, I am back home after skiing in Val Gardena ( was great, as usual ). Lou, when skiing on one ski I steer to inside, I have to lean outside leg ( knee ) very deep in, to make the edge working effectively. I did what Bud advised ( Inserting pieces of credit card under bindings ) and have to say that situation improved, VERY ! No problem with washing out on ice, no problem with edging on steeps, skiing on one ski is now possible without balancing difficulties.