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Thread: Need a GS built for Aggressive 225lb ice racer

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    Need a GS built for Aggressive 225lb ice racer

    Looking for a lightly used or end of season leftover or scratch and dent GS Board. I mainly race the ice coast utilize a VIST plate and bombers or cateks. My requirement is this board will accommodate a large aggressive 225 lb racer w/30 mondo boots binding angles set for race/carve 65/60. Thanks Dave

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    I've got a 2005 glass Coiler 184 PRII that is in mint condition. Built for ~210 lbs. $400 + shipping from Canada (~40$).

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    Will glass take my abuse? I'm currently on a prior wcr. Dave

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    Glass meaning Fibre-glass.

    The board will ride similarily to a WCR, but will be a bit more damp (Bruce added some dampening rubber for the build).

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    I have a 180 Tomahawk metal. 16 SCR. Interested?

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    Ditch the Vist put a real plate on that coiler and you will carve ice like your wearing skates.

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    Any pics, price? thanks Dave

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    Dave, if you were asking me, see http://www.bomberonline.com/VBulleti...light=tomahawk (You might have to cut/paste)

    Send me an email at colintkemp at yahoo dot com and I can send you more pictures, etc. I'm 170 lbs, and am selling it b/c it is too much for me, so it could be perfect for you. Waist is 20.2 cm, so it should be ok for your boot size.

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    I've got a 180 Kessler that might work for you. E mail me if you'd like more info.

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    Chris I'm interested. What shape is it in, what are the edges and bevels like, how much do you need for it? Thanks Dave. Email at dyoung@ucesc.org Thanks again

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    Thank you all for the offers, I think I've found my Kessler. See you next season.

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