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i mounted my k2 seths at +3 so they are mounted kinda far back. what are your thoughts about landing switch with them mounted back at +3
i just did the exact same thing (+3)..they are still in the shop getting mounted so i cant really help
thats not too bad considering they are pow skis. i doubt you'll have a problem, but i dont know from experience myself.
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thanks guys ya i dont think i will either i really like them on rails
I mounted my 189's at +4 for to be oriented more toward jumps and skiing switch a bit. That's probably not as far up as most people would want for park, but I don't ski park and favor versatility with a ski like the Seth. Just keep in mind that the further you move up, the more the ski will want to dive and wash out on you.
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I just mounted my seths +5 and they ski well switch and in powder
Morrison skis them at +5. And how much switch does he do...? I'd go between +5 and core centre.
mounting them at +5 just like Seth automatically enables you to launch 100foot backflips just like Seth
I wish you were right.... I just read lots of reviews on TGR, Biglines, Epic Ski, NS....went with +5
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