If you have multiple pairs of skis in your quiver, or even multiple skiers with multiple ski quivers (me) in your family, you feel your wallet get a bit light come ski tune time at the shop. Having a 5 ski quiver here at the house adds up to somewhere in the $200 range each season. Not that I'm a cheapo or something, I don't mind spending it, because the shop we go to is probably the nicest shop within a 100 mile radius.
I love working with my hands... I'm an electrician, and hoestly, a bit of a toy/tool whore. I'm 99.9956374% sure I would enjoy doing some of the basic tunes myself, if not all of them. I'm no ski tuning pro, and I'll probably read 3 or 4 publications on tuning before I got at it with my $1000+/pr sets of skis. I have a few pairs of rock skis around that I'll play with prior to hitting up the high end pairs.
So, I'm midway building a little ski tune setup in my shop. I have some extra space that I repurposed for a bike/ski shop. I bought vises, a dial adjustable base/edge tuner, and a dakine iron.
So the next question is:
**What else should I add to the tool chest?
Please keep in mind, I have a fully function 1700sqft shop detached from the house, filled to the roof with tools galore. I'm just looking for the ski specific stuff.