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  1. #51
    Quote Originally Posted by Sirbannedalot View Post
    Dude definitely does not sound like an expert. Classic rookie mistake. Knew he was full of shit when he said I'm an expert but I spend most of my time on the groomers with the wife. What a joke. Even the 184 are too long for what you do.
    Don't you know EVERYONE in the Northleast is an EXPERT. Until they go somewhere real and start crying for their mommies on anything beyond blew trails
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    oh ok...
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  3. #53
    JimG.'s Avatar
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    Have heard nothing but good feedback on the 93's.

    Very similar to my old Ramp Woodpeckers but even lighter in weight.

    Very interested to get the 105's out on some accumulated snow.

  4. #54
    In general, I'd say pound-for-pound eastern trails are more difficult than western trails.

    It's the non-trail stuff & the hike-to stuff out west that's the hard terrain.
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    Due to conditions our double D trails are harder to deal with. If trails like the upper front 4 at Stowe had a ton of snow on them they would be a hell of a lot easier. The vertical out west gets you. Birds of Prey at B Creek is usually top to bottom steep bumps and long as hell but in good condition..a run like that here would be murder.
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  6. #56
    Quote Originally Posted by JimG. View Post
    Have heard nothing but good feedback on the 93's.



    Very similar to my old Ramp Woodpeckers but even lighter in weight.

    Very interested to get the 105's out on some accumulated snow.
    I sold mine after very little use. I’m a big guy and I found them too weak for my weight and they felt sloppy.

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