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Ski Tuning : Sharpening ski tip/tail side edges

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
LOL, guess we were talking about slightly different things there Laughing

But my initial response was to this...

princeeliot wrote:
What are you lot talking about? Of course, you should be detuning tip and tail... Modern skis do need detuning. You go out and ski sharp edges tip to tail you're going to have a bad time. fact.

p.s. a gummy stone will help get rid of those burrs it will soften that metal up with some heat.
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