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This should put Alpinord and Dr. D out of business. The worst tuning advice ever!

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Thread Starter 

 For a really good laugh check out this equipment guide.

 

http://www.skitrucks.com/shop/custom.asp?recid=4

 

NEVER wax your skis.

Adjust your bindings by banging on them.

Fit your boots by leaving them on a heater overnight.

 

Oh it goes on.  Check it out.

 

(Credit to RootDKJ on Alpine Zone for finding this gem.)

post #2 of 9

Hard to believe this "information" comes out of a public business in SLC 

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Originally Posted by SkiMangoJazz View Post

 For a really good laugh check out this equipment guide.

 

http://www.skitrucks.com/shop/custom.asp?recid=4

 

NEVER wax your skis.

Adjust your bindings by banging on them.

Fit your boots by leaving them on a heater overnight.

 

Oh it goes on.  Check it out.

 

(Credit to RootDKJ on Alpine Zone for finding this gem.)

 

 

post #3 of 9

 

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Originally Posted by Rossi Smash View Post

Hard to believe this "information" comes out of a public business in SLC 

 

 

 

Really kinda fun place to poke around in if you have an hour to spare near the airport tho.    Imagine barns full of retro, side market and just plain kooky stuff.

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post #5 of 9
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wow, thanks for the link.  what's old is new.  they're still in business after all these years too! 

post #6 of 9

The description of binding function -- "they hold you when you are feeling frisky and they let go when you are not feeling well" -- sounds more like a drunk girl's description of a frat party.

post #7 of 9
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Originally Posted by sjjohnston View Post

The description of binding function -- "they hold you when you are feeling frisky and they let go when you are not feeling well" -- sounds more like a drunk girl's description of a frat party.


 Laughed out loud at that - thanks!

post #8 of 9

Too funny. Guess I'll have to pack it up and just ski and drink beer!

 

(or get better in touch with my year round gear queer fixation. )


Edited by Alpinord - 4/21/2009 at 01:43 am GMT
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damn, i just built a hotbox too :(

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