PE395 wrote:I pulled the trigger this afternoon. Deal I couldn't pass up on a '12. Kinda curious what you're going to go with next?
This locomotive is equipped with “Magne-Traction” which means that its driving wheels are magnetized by powerful Alnico magnets inserted in the driving axles in order to grip the track and enable the locomotive to pull heavier loads and climb steeper grades without slipping on the track. Be careful not to let pins, paperclips, carpet tacks or other small iron objects come in contact with the locomotive or they will be attracted to the wheels, gears, or axles
and interfere with the action of the locomotive. NOTE: “Magne-Traction” is not effective on aluminum, brass or other non-magnetic rails. The locomotive also includes two traction tires, which will improve traction on both magnetic and non-magnetic rails.
Grizzly Barfly wrote:PE395 wrote:I pulled the trigger this afternoon. Deal I couldn't pass up on a '12. Kinda curious what you're going to go with next?
Smokin has Magne Traction with a true cmbered board. Likely to go that route
Skeeze wrote:John, all the good sizes are gone by now, but that's why I got the bibby's. I don't think I'll ever beat $355 for new bibbys again.
Dropn N wrote:Don't need another ski, but after my REI dividend check came in I bought the Rossi S7 in 188's. Pick em up tomorrow! Regular price I beleive $699, clearance price $520- $160 dividend for $320. It's the 2012 model, the only change for 2013 is graphics.
longlivechair19 wrote:Stephen wrote:longlivechair19 wrote:damn Volkl's seem to be the popular ski....
i feel inferior as i only have 1 pair and its Dynastar Legends 8000 174s
no one skis Dynastar huh?
Oh, F----, you ski Dynastars?
yeah, do they suck?
Dropn N wrote:Legend's don't suck. You just have to ski them and not let them ski you. It's a great ski! What sucks is Firestone....kinda tastes like tire!
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