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www.oldsnowboards.com last won the day on August 9 2018

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  • Location
    Pacific Northwest/ Portland Metro Area
  • Home Mountain/Resort?
    Mt Hood / Meadows/ Timberline/ Ski Bowl/ Mt Bachelor
  • Occupation?
    IBEW Electrician / HVAC Tech / Snowboard Collector/
  • Current Boards in your Quiver
    Tinkler Customs. 203, 202, 185, 184, TNT 184<br />
    Rad-Air Tanker 200, 192, 187, 182<br />
    Coiler "Headhunter" 200cm , Swallowtails, Vintage and Exotics<br />
    Size of fleet? You wouldn't believe me anyway :)
  • Current Boots Used?
    Raichle AF 700, 600, 413 All BTS and Intec/Fin-Tec
  • Current bindings and set-up?
    Bomber TD3 SI, F2 Titanium Flex Intec
  • Snowboarding since
  • Hardbooting since

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  1. Well done Corey!! Your "Snow Sliding" Spirit is STRONG!!!! It can be on a 2K premium alpine board or a 100$ Throwback!! Many years ago I started dating a lovely young lady , she had lowered herself to hang out with an rough electrician that lived to ski and snowboard. One day I asked her about her early years on snow in the Seattle area. She showed me a short film her Dad had done when she was a child. She was on those cute little kids skis , she looked up at Dad and almost screamed "Daddy I am sliding" with such joy!! It was obvious I had met the perfect Gal. She learned to ski and snowboard with the best of them!! We had so many good times on the mountain. All that to say that the Joy of Sliding is universal. Carry on. Bryan
  2. Base disk? 3 hole but what model of bindings? OS1 or OS2? Interested
  3. I will take it !!! Any chance you want to sell some of the old Glissades? Thanks, Bryan
  4. Evidently I can not use my messages on the forum and I can not message you ,
  5. Still available? I will take it
  6. Sorry to say, been there done that. Now suffering the effects years later of the 15" nail . Hope you heal well. How old are you? My suggestions: Take the meds ! Don't be the "tough guy" Follow the regime to prevent digestion issues associated with the meds. Have the nail and hardware removed at some point , before you suffer issues associated with the fixtures. Best of luck!! Ride on!! Bryan
  7. Bryan, it's been awhile.  This is Bill from Mt Shasta. I put my Tinkler's up for sale and thought I'd hear from you about them.  They're great boards but, my old injured knee doesn't like the weight of them or a board with a Boiler Plate hanging of it on the chair rides.  Hope you're doing well.

    1. www.oldsnowboards.com


      I would have possibly bought both of them but I did not see it until today.  I am not on this site much any more. I have a facebook page called "Alpine Snowboard trader" .     Good to see you posting.   osboards@comcast.net    Bryan 

    2. big canuck

      big canuck

      Bry, I need some help understanding how to set up the tension rods, can you help?

  8. Corey, so sorry to hear about the injury, you are strong and smart, use your own judgement to guide you through the recovery. Think long term. I wish you well!!
  9. Anxious to get your opinion after your giving this a go. Perhaps post on the "Bryan's Big Boy Boards" Page on Facebook, Mig is a member there !! https://www.facebook.com/groups/657643737705447/
  10. Lance, do you have a drop down menu in the bottom right corner that says "Insert other Media" ??
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