don't mount them at center unless you plan on doin just as much switch park riding, as regular. i mounted mine at 3 cm back from center. they were badass, and still performed well outta the park. and if you're from ohio... you'll prolly wanna shred the groomers every now and then. 3 cm back will rock out with a vengence.
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Having only ridden center mounted skis that are made to be center mounted, this may be bullshit. Wouldn't center mounting a ski that's not supposed to be mess up the way it skis, even if it is used for pure park? You wouldn't be turning/carving on the right parts of the skis. Plus, center mounting TMs, one of the best all-mountain twins available, would be a travesty. It wouldn't be fair to the skis.
i've got an idea don't mount them at all and trade them in for something that won't blow up on rails. but seriously mount them at the recommended line that's why it's recommended for best performance and tm's are supposed to be a great all mountain ski
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"It's the soup of the day."
Trouble Makers are very good skis. A lot people do have problems with the edges, but a lot of people don't (like me).
Anyway, I have mine mounted at +2.5, and they have performed well outside and inside the park. I wish that I mounted them slightly further forward, though. It seems like it would make a difference fo actually riding switch.
on your wall, with a label saying "Shittiest Ski Ever Produced" under it
aahaha 1 full day of school and you learned only that. in fucking 1 minute on ns i learned how to say "shut the fuck up or ill spit on your mom" in norweigen. my conclusion.
skip school, go on ns"