Lincolns aren't going to be the same as on a diving board or on a trampolean.
It is the same rotation, yes, but now you are going to have weights on your feet, your ankles are locked in place, you're moving way forward at a fast rate, and you have to create any pop/spring.
So just take this into consideration.
It is not that hard, you can do it. But it is not going to be exactly the same.
The first time I tried lincolns on skis I wasn't pulling it around fast enough. I'd get 3/4's of the way and then just crash.
So I tried spinning with it. adding a 180.
This helped me out because it allowed me to WHIP it around more - meaning I could throw it much faster, and since it was thrown on an angle I had clear vision for most of all of it, and this meant if I crashed it wouldn't be too bad - since I could see and if I crashed it would normally be on my side.
Adding a 180 into it worked for me,
It could work for you.
The only way to find out is by trying.
Eat. Sleep. Breathe. Ski.