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Honestly this thread is really long and i dont want to sift through the whole thing.
I have a couple questions.
1- Whats a good cheap all temperature wax for me to use? I dont need anything fancy, just something that will protect my bases and work for multiple temperatures/ snow conditions.
2- Ive had my invaders for 2 and a half seasons. Im going to be brutally honest ive only waxed them about 3 times. I never realised the importance of it. Is it too late for my bases? Im planning on purchasing and iron and stuff. SHould i even bother with these or just wait until i buy new skis to really take car of them.
3- Is it worth it to get a cheap tuning kit? like the dakine one. Or is it more worth it to buy some wax, a 2 in 1 brush and an iron seperate.
4-If im too cheap to get two brushes, and i have to choose one. What brush should i get? Bronze or soft nylon.
Also if anyone has old tuning gear theyd like to sell, give me a shout!
So i landed front seat on a 180 yesterday with my rossignol world cup bindings (fks) and i ejected ( honestly probably the 4th time ive ever ejected with these bindings ) and when i went to get my ski my break wouldnt lift completely when i clicked my binding in. It wouldnt lift past the bottom of the ski.
I took it all apart and realized the break had bent forward when i landed front seat.
To fix this can i just stick them in a vice and bend them back?
looks pretty legit to me
but yea ill most likely buy from t and l
Taking bindings apart=void warranty
bottom line kids. . . . don't do it