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Mounting 2 pair of skis... help me decide
i skied on some 4frnt msp's last year, and the topsheet was messed up so i sent them back to 4frnt and got a brand new pair. i also got a huge discount on last years troublemakers from my cousin (brand new). the 4frnt's are a 161 and the tm's are a 175, and im right inbetween the two sizes, meaning the tm's are not too big and the 4frnt's are not too small.
i ski a lot of park, but also a lot of bumps. what should i use as a park ski and what should i use as my bump/ big mt. ski?
i was thinking that i would use my 4frnts as park skis and mount them maybe -1 from center, and then use my tm's as my bump and big mt ski. i dont know where to mount the tm's though, because i still wanna use them as a legit park ski sometimes.
sell the 161's they are way too short
and buy a 166 or 171
How's about I come over there and you lemmee rub yo butt?
yea, deff get rid of the 161's and get something a bit longer.
as to where to mount the TM's, i would go with -1cm from dead center, only cause that wiill be ballanced for park and make the ski seem a little shorter but it will still leave it to carve and not be totally worthless outside of the park. yes, i know, centerd skis are prob ok, but that is just what i would in your position
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-1 or true on the tms for park, get 171 msps for your other ski and do it 2.5 or 3 back.
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Reppin' asians who can do clean rails since 05.
Sell the 161s and go on an extra trip this year.
RUNNING LENGTH CENTRE on the TMs. The tail is very low on them so "true centre" is way forward if you measure it tip to tail.
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