Im selling a pair of 04-05 k2 fujas. i have only skiing rails with them
this year. on the bottom there is a hole what was filled. while i was
driving to my local mountain, somehow it rubbed against something in my
trunk which took that out. its about 1/8 an inch deep, so no where near
a core shot. great pair of skis. does not come with binding. i will
gave them a full tune up.
any offers? binding do not come with them.
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I remember saying something like: I feel a bit lightheaded. Maybe you should drive. Suddenly, there was a terrible roar all around us, and the sky was full with what looked like huge bats, all swooping and screeching and diving around the car, and a voice was screaming: Holy Jesus. What are these goddamn animals?
Dr. Gonzo: Did you say something?
Hm? Never mind. It's your turn to drive.
No point in mentioning these bats, I thought. Poor bastard will see them soon enough.
You're not gonna take $85 shipped on those!?! After saying you've hit rails with them!?! BTW, it cost me 13 dollars insured with a tracking number to get my 165 trouble makers to Utah. ALSO, in this very same forum brand new never drilled trouble makers and Armadas have gone for 120ish in the past couple weeks.
Just trying to be helpful bro. IMO you're the ass if you're gonna pay 42 bux to ship those without the bindings on them. Heres what you do... Go to your local bikeshop and ask for an old bike box, they'll probably be more than happy to give it to you for free. These boxes unfold nice and long and are perfect for wrapping skis. Take a box cutter, and make a box for your skis. It does not have to be in the shape of a box, you just need to wrap the cardboard around the skis, and make the package as small as you can(length, width, etc...). Wrap with packing tape heavily. You don't need to add any padding or anything, the cardboard works just fine.
Go to post office, ship with tracking and insurance so that people will think you're a good seller and not someone who calls other people an "ass" on the internet without even knowing them, and life will be good. I think mine was like 12-14 dollars tracking and insured like I said. I just saved you thirty bux. PM me to send me gratuity via paypal or money order.
even though the guy was fired up about it, what he's saying is really true. last 2 pairs of skis i shipped were with bindings and they cost just under 20 bucks. factor in shipping supplies brings you to 25. oh, and it was by priority mail (which gets to the person in 2-3 days or even less) - making them super happy that the skis get there so fast. so yeah, my guess on skis without bindings would be somewhere between 10 and 15, so 20 at the most after getting a box and tape.