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Old 03-27-2011, 10:21 AM
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I have been running the same set of Mods on my 05 Summit since Dec 05. they have been through about everything that can happen to a Ski and they are still working perfectly. I love the way they let the sled lay down and i can sidehill like crazy. I had to get new skags for the bottom a few years ago and Junker was topnotch to deal with. if i need new skis again they will be my first chioce.
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bump for some more reviews. i do have a mountain sled, but i will ride it as more of a crossover sled. i know i wont get the best of both worlds, but i want something that will do well in all types of riding (other than racing). we usually get a nice crust on our snow here in ND, but i will also be going to the mountains every chance i get....

also, are they "reverse friendly"?
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I have put about 2k miles of "crossover" miles on my mod skis and only complaint was the stickers on the top would not stay on... haha New stickers to fix that tho, thanks Lance.

I have had great luck with them as they don't cut into that top layer like some skis do and pull you under, had that issue on my skidoo, I prefer a mtn ski for riding ditches just because of that. They turn great on hard pack and setup snow and don't push corners. Love it in the deep snow because the ski does not push either and you can really hold a carv without it washing out, and floats better than my gripper skis which are considered some of the top skis for mtn riding on a stock sled. Built super tough so you know they will last and you get your money's worth.

If you are in Bismarck anytime I can show them to you in person, not just a cheap plastic ski. Heck if you get a chance to get to Bismarck you can ride my sled and try them for yourself, you just can't take them when your done!
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hahaha.... Rob has "crossover" miles..... hahaha


call 'em what you want man. I'd call them "parking lot miles."
























































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Hahaha how would you know your sled didn't make it out of town in west.... lol
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carbide or regular wear rod? which on do you guys prefer?
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carbide for sure..........
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carbide for sure..........
Wear bar.......lol

Depends on what you do. If you have lots of trail ride in, do a carbide on it. I ran wear bars last season since we have very little trails where we ride. These skis are awesome off trail.
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