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Thread: BlueB's garage sale - Pow, Freeride, BX, including Dynastars!

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    BlueB's garage sale - Pow, Freeride, BX, including Dynastars!

    BOARDS:
    - Rad-Air Tanker 192, W 24.2, SCR 10.5, F medium, Cond. very good, some lift rash, never ground, $350
    SOLD Dynastar 4807 178, W 25.2, SCR 10.5, F medium, Cond. new, SOLD
    SOLD Dynastar 3800 169, W 25.4, SCR 9.5, F medium, Cond. new, SOLD
    SOLD SG Cult 169, W 23, SCR ~9, F stiffish, Cond. good, thin side edges + one small sidewall nick. This is a h/boot speciffic board. SOLD
    SOLD Palmer Titanium 164, W 25, SCR ~10?, F stiff, Cond. excellent, SOLD

    BINDINGS:
    Can be had with a board - Flow, Switch step-in highback or non-highback, Nitro…

    SOFT BOOTS:
    Vans, Switch compatible, in sizes 25 and 26. Can be combined with Switch bindings. All with Intuition thermo liners.

    Shipping for buyer's account.

    The 2 Dynastars are (SOLD) the last new boards of those sizes, to my knowledge. Don't ask for discount

    boris at blueb dot biz
    Last edited by BlueB; October 18th, 2012 at 12:34 AM.
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    Boris ... super interested in that Palmer. Have you ridden it in HB's? Impressions?

    Can you post up a pic?
    Last edited by Allee; November 29th, 2011 at 02:11 PM.
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    Allee, you are 3rd in line.
    I know 2 more local riders who rode this model a lot more with hard boots. One rider, about 180lbs, killed off-piste and all-mountain and carved great. The other one, 240lbs of raw power, called it a bit nervous when carving very high edge angles.

    Pic attached. Wax is thick in the spots. All rubbing is in the wax, only one 1mm scratch. Will be tuned before shipping.
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    Cool, let me know.
    Silence is golden. Duct tape is silver.

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    Dynastar 4807 178

    Hi Boris:

    Interested in the 4807. Not sure what F medium mean?
    Would it be too soft for 210lb?

    Hopefully shipping doesn't kill it.
    How much shipped to 11776?

    Thanks
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    "F" for flex.
    Fine for 210. However, when carving the groomers, don't expect to jump onto the nose to initiate - these boards don't need it/like it.
    Canada Post would be about $38 (edit: corrected to include insurance) to your location.
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    you're going to email me when the kessler BX is for sale right?

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    t a n k e r

    Any details on the tanker? Year? Pics? Shipping to 98275? Flex okay for experienced 230lb rider? Thanks.
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    Boris,

    How much for the vans in 27's??

    greg

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    Any interest in a straight trade for Dyn 3800 for SG Speed 178 in like new condition? Promise that this one will have nice edges.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trip43065 View Post
    Any details on the tanker? Year? Pics? Shipping to 98275? Flex okay for experienced 230lb rider? Thanks.
    Year should be 2005, all black with 3 red teardrops in the center. Shiping would be about $34, Canada Post. Flex, depending what you wanted to do... I'd say no high speed carving on hardpack, but great for pow, moguls, etc. I'll try to get some pics a bit later.
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    Quote Originally Posted by snowboardworm View Post
    How much for the vans in 27's??
    Hi Greg,
    How's $70 + ship, including the non-highback Switch bindings? They are in nice condition.
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    Quote Originally Posted by newcarver View Post
    Any interest in a straight trade for Dyn 3800 for SG Speed 178 in like new condition?
    No need for Speed Sheesh, I never thought a carver would say this...
    I'll let you know if I changed my mind.
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    Please NOTE, email address receiving forum mail is broken. DO NOT EMAIL THROUGH FORUM, use this:
    boris at blueb dot biz
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    - SG Cult 169, W 23, SCR ~9, F stiffish, Cond. good, thin side edges + one sidewall nick, $250 This is a h/boot speciffic board.
    Anyone in line for this yet?

    Can you put up some pics?

    Thin edges, as in ground a few time and became thin??

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    Tanker

    Pics.
    Totally clean base.
    Stuff seen on the tail is just dirt, no scratches there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nurse ben View Post
    Can you put up some pics?
    Thin edges, as in ground a few time and became thin??
    Nope, ther is still plenty of base/base edge. Just sharpened side edges too often. You still can sharpen it, but not reset the bevel.
    Pic shows the worst spot.
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    Palmer is sold to Russ.
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    Trades ok too

    What you've got?
    I like woody top sheet boards...
    I need a 175+ slush-buster type board, Coiler AMT 177 would be ideal. Can add cash, or items from my carve board sale...
    http://www.bomberonline.com/vbulleti...d.php?p=359863

    This is what's left here:

    BOARDS:
    - Rad-Air Tanker 192, W 24.2, SCR 10.5, F medium, Cond. very good, some lift rash, never ground, $350
    - Dynastar 3800 169, W 25.4, SCR 9.5, F medium, Cond. new, $300
    - SG Cult 169, W 23, SCR ~9, F stiffish, Cond. good, thin side edges + one sidewall nick, $250 This is a h/boot speciffic board.

    BINDINGS:
    Can be had with a board - Flow, Switch step-in highback or non-highback, Nitro…

    SOFT BOOTS:
    Vans, Switch compatible, in sizes 25 and 27. Can be combined with Switch bindings. All with Intuition thermo liners.

    Shipping for buyer's account.

    EMAIL: boris at blueb dot biz
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    Santa's a Few Days Early.....

    Boris;
    The Palmer arrived today; as always, it is a distinct pleasure doing business with you!
    Russ

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    How would you compare the 169 3800 to a 168 4800?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SEJ View Post
    How would you compare the 169 3800 to a 168 4800?
    Are you thinking 4807, if yes... this model is pure POW for HBer.

    3800 from POW to Carving.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rwmaron View Post
    Boris;
    The Palmer arrived today; as always, it is a distinct pleasure doing business with you!
    Russ
    Ho, ho, hoy, Russ, enjoy!
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    4807 vs. 3800

    Quote Originally Posted by SEJ View Post
    How would you compare the 169 3800 to a 168 4800?
    4807 - Exceptional float, very distinct "surf" feel in the way it carves the pow. It has great slush/chop plowing abillities. On the packed snow, it actually carves better then 3800, as it is stiffer and slightly narrower, with a bit longer edge and low tail. However, the long nose can flap around a bit. Unique board, completelly in own league.

    3800 - Great float, less surfy but more classic snowboard feel in pow. Way more manouvrable in trees and moguls. Rides switch much easier. Rounded tail doesnt "hook" when you don't wan't it. Carves very well for a pow board. Probably one of the most versatile boards ever.

    Both boards can be riden soft or hard.
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    how about 235lbs on the cult?
    Evan
    Spokane

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    That should be ok.
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    Vans 27 sold.
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    Thanks Boris,

    I rec'd the boots yesterday and they fit perfectly. Very nice to do business with you but wasn't I supposed to get chocolate or something else with it??? A pleasure doing business with you again.

    greg

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    Ha, ha, BobbyBugz's Aero chockolates... They are going to hunt me forever.
    I forgot - I'll double them on your next order
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