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Just kind of a "feeler" sale.  These are listed locally, and prefer local sales so I don't have to ship the bastards...  Let me know if you're interested.  PM me with any questions.  Prices do not include shipping, but I will split that with you if we get to that point.  All are in very good/excellent condition, no base shot, holes, repairs, etc.

From left to right: (all are mounted for a 27.0 boot - both alpine & tele)

1. 2005-06 Dynastar Legend 3800 (178cm - 17m)
*Voile Hardwire 3-Pin CRB Telemark bindings, sidecut: 114-74-102
*2nd mount, +2 from CC, 3 days on snow. 
*$225

2.  2006-07 G3 Ticket Tele Ski (182cm)
*22 Designs Hammerhead Tele bindings
*sidecut: 120-81-109
*1 mount, 10-15 days on them (I got them 2nd hand - used them twice)
*$300 - SOLD

3.  BD Frantic - NOT FOR SALE

4.  BD Havoc - NOT FOR SALE

5.  2005-06 Rossignol VSTi (173cm – 14m)
*Look PX12 bindings
*sidecut: 118-67-104
*15-20 days on them? (Got them second hand)
*$250 - SOLD

 

6.  2006-07 Elan Speedwave 12 Fusion (176cm - 14.6m)
*Elan ELD 11.0 (Tyrolia) bindings (system - mount to any boot - no drilling)
*sidecut: 116-69-105
*Less than 10 days on them
*$300 - SOLD

7.  2007-08 Elan Magfire 14 Magma (176cm - 17.2m)
*Elan ELD 12.0 (Tyrolia) bindings (system - mount to any boot - no drilling), *sidecut: 128-82-108
*About 5-7 days on them
*$300 - SOLD

8.  2007-08 Rossignol Scratch FS "Ghetto" (181cm - 19.7m)

*Salomon Z10 Bindings

*sidecut: 116-84-109

*3 days on them, but until sold, my every day ski.  These are GREAT all-mt/freeride skis by the way - great edge grip and very fun to ride.  They carve GS turns on all but the hardest snow, and good in the bumps too! 

*$275 - SOLD

9.  2007-08 Rossignol Scratch Scream ‘In (182cm – 21.3m)
*Salomon Z10 bindings
*sidecut: 120-88-113
*About 5 days on them
*$275 - SOLD

10.  Rossi Scratch BC Brigade - NOT FOR SALE

11.  1997-8 Rossignol Mountain Viper 9.9 (191cm)
*Salomon Propulse Alium bindings
*sidecut:  99-61-87
*Old School cool!!  But still in EXXXCELLENT condition...  15-20 days on 'em.
*$150


 


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Edited by axebiker - 2/28/2009 at 03:14 am
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G3 Tickets - SOLD

Rossi Scream In' - SOLD

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Updated prices, and added the Rossi Scratch FS Ghettos for sale now.

 

 

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Elan Speedwave 12 - SOLD


Edited by axebiker - 2/21/2009 at 11:06 pm
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Elan Magfire 14 - SOLD

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Rossi Scratch FS Ghetto - SOLD

 


Edited by axebiker - 2/25/2009 at 03:10 pm
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 Hey just a question,

How did you like the Scratch Scream 'In's?  Were they good in powder?  How did they compare to the Ghetto FS and the BC Brigade?  I am looking to buy some skis of this type, and I posted a thread in the gear forum, but I was just wondering what you thought of them.

 

Thanks!

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Quote:
Originally Posted by Sierraskier. View Post

 

 Hey just a question,

How did you like the Scratch Scream 'In's?  Were they good in powder?  How did they compare to the Ghetto FS and the BC Brigade?  I am looking to buy some skis of this type, and I posted a thread in the gear forum, but I was just wondering what you thought of them.

 

Thanks!

I thought they were a great ski in the 182cm length.  They are slightly (and I mean SLIGHTLY) softer than the Scratch FS, but make up for it in width.  I can't comment on their powder performance - we don't really get that here in MN, and I only had them 3 months.  They worked very well on hardpack though.  Considering the medium-light flex in the tips and tails, I think they would have worked well in powder though.  At 88 in the waist, they would be ideal as there are many other skis that fit that description better, but if you're needing a grab & go ski, they'll work.  Just not for bottomless.  At the prices you can get them, they're almost disposable, so another good reason to snag a pair.
 

 

I LOVE the Scratch series of skis - they've been a mainstay in my quiver for the last 4 years, and will continue to be.  They perform well on groomed, pretty good in crud, and they are adequate for a guy who rarely gets to play in powder. 

 

My new quiver will consist of:

Rossi Scratch BC Brigade - 185

Rossi Scratch S4 Squindo (same as the FS Ghetto, but with cool graphics...) - 181

Rossi Zenith Z11 Mutix - 176

 

BD Frantic tele - 182

BD Havoc tele - 182

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Thanks for the info!
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What's left:

 

*Rossi VSTi's - $SOLD - super-versatile short turner...

*Dynastar Legend 3800 w/Voile tele bindings - $225 - if you're looking for a cheap way to get into tele with releasable bindings, this is it! 

*Rossi Viper 9.9 - make offers.  I may just keep them for "Gaper Day". 

*Dalbello Krypton Pro ID - $250/offer - Silver ID liners & unworn factory liners.  See details in my other thread. 


Edited by axebiker - 2/28/2009 at 03:14 am
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Updated pics!

 

 

 

 

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Rossi VSTi's SOLD

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Someone wanting to get into tele cheap?  Buy the Dynastars!  Heck - the bindings are RELEASABLE!!  Can't beat that for a new tele-whacker.

 

New price: $200 + shipping.  I'll sell the bindings for $100 + shipping, or trade for some HH's in excellent condition. 

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Voile CRB's sold.

 

Make an offer on the Dynastar L3800's.

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Don't sell the Pimp Rossis.....they are considered one of the best examples of the gaudy graphics during their day.

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I don't think they're going anywhere... 

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so do the dynastars have to be remounted for a different set of boots?  Or they adjustable?  Just don't know much about tele but thought would be fun to learn while skiing with the kids.

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Originally Posted by spielerman View Post

 

so do the dynastars have to be remounted for a different set of boots?  Or they adjustable?  Just don't know much about tele but thought would be fun to learn while skiing with the kids.

 

You'd just need to throw a set of bindings on them.  Tele bindings are usually adjustable to a point...  Mine were mounted for Scarpa 27.0 boots.  If your boot size is close to that, you can use the existing holes and just adjust the bindings to the boots.

 

The bindings were sold.

 

If you want the skis, make an offer.  They can still be mounted with alpine bindings as well.

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