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rjnakata

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About rjnakata

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  • Location
    SoCal OC
  • Home Mountain/Resort?
    Summit, June
  • Occupation?
    Sierra lover
  • Current Boards in your Quiver
    Coiler 169,180 VSR
    Donek Incline 164, Rev 163
    Madd 170 Original
    KST 168
    Boiler plate v2, Apex V2, X
  • Current Boots Used?
    RC-10, Driver X
  • Current bindings and set-up?
    TD3 SI, OS2 SI, FR2, F2
  • Snowboarding since
    1990
  • Hardbooting since
    1994

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  1. Which Kesslers are you referring to?
  2. They ran out of parking.... Good or bad (idk) it seems there's a shift toward favoring multi-passes, and online ticket sales. Locals were complaining the Ikon pass holders were causing crowding. I've wondered if the Multi-pass model is economically advantageous to the Corporations over the buy-at-window model. I've also wondered which is best for the user/mountain.
  3. FS: SG Bindings Used once, perfect condition, includes everything. These bindings are just better than F2's. They feel more responsive and "tighter", they have a number of mechanical improvements like spherical nut retention for the toe/heel blocks, removal access of the blocks from below (not obscured above), machined center disks etc. A good review from this forum. Fits "Large & Small" boots and says these have, "Standard bails fitting standard Snowboard Boots." Apparently these wont work on "specialty snowboard boots including "Northwave Point" and some modified ski boots" (per bottom of box). I don't know if they work on MS 951. They do work well on UPZ and Deeluxe. Used once. PM or RJNakata (art) aol (dart) com $300 shipped USA. Paypal F&F or add
  4. I wondered if this was occurring. In an effort not to turn off customers patrollers are asked by Management to not strictly enforce safety rules. That would be a turn off to me. Is it just me getting old or are there more straight-liners now than in say the 90's or 2000's?
  5. If the end slides that would have been so forward looking.
  6. Can anyone confirm this story? Crystal Closes its Doors to Walk-up Lift Tickets I'm a Seattle native and have loved my times at Crystal...
  7. Ok, I inquired of Walker at Bomber and he says this: "I don't have any kicking around at the moment. It's called Arctic grease. From a quick search it looks like Jet lube and AMSOIL both make a similar grease. I think any low temperature grease without additives should work fine."
  8. So this does not look like silicone to me. A "low temperature grease" would be a petroleum product no?
  9. Soul "Monster Plates" - this is not right!! I saw this and although nowhere near the same utility as Apex Geckos the attempt was made and the look has been stolen! This is a Canadian company! are they related? https://www.soulwaterman.com/collections/soulstick/products/monsterplates
  10. yes, I think the stuff was not petroleum based...but what do I know. A "rub" package looks handy.
  11. Is see "Bomber Butter" thread lubricant is not offered on Bomberonline.com anymore. Never having seen it, I'm assuming it is a very thick petroleum lube. I've never used it, but can see the benefit for some of the bolts on a binding. What would be an equivalent product?
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