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Are my skis shagged?

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Just got them out of the bag and errrrrr perhaps i should of wiped them down after sitting on top of the car from last year.

They have lots of scratched etc


Should i get a new pair?

Or can they be sanded and waxed again?

I only paid 50 notes for them.......[img]

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Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
How do you put a photo on here? Cant i just upload the photo?
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 Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
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http://snowheads.com/ski-forum/viewtopic.php?t=25601
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This was obviously written by someone that has never tried it on a person with limited skills.
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 Anyway, snowHeads is much more fun if you do.
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The bases look like they could do with a bit of TLC but they should be repairable. The rust will soon disappear when you start skiing on them again. If you get them serviced all that will be taken care off. If the rust is really bad it might leave some pitting but that won't matter unless you are a racer trying to shaving micro seconds off your time - which isn't going to happen anyway with those bases Very Happy.

I have seen a lot worse. In fact I have a pair of skis with worse bases than that. Though I only use them for ski touring/mountaineering in Scotland where they tend to take a lot of punishment.

Bottom line - repairable I'd say.
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After all it is free Go on u know u want to!
@glisser,
If you want to repair them they are certainly not dead yet, but then of course if you really want to buy some new toys I'd just bin them wink
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Ill get a full service on them then. They were pretty good spec 4 years ago.
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They appear perfectly fit for a service. A full service should get them back to looking and performing like new. A proper structure from a stone grind compared to a cheap belt grind finish will also aid glide and wax absorption.
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