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Hi all, I'm looking to replace the skis on my Yamaha with something that will not hurt the pocket book for the rest of the season. I'm looking at a pair of ATS uni-ski for $125 US complete with 7" carbides. Has anyone heard of horror stories with these? They seem very cost effective over OEM, Camoplast or C and A pro which can be over $275 US a pair. Thx.

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Edited by - bman on November 20 2001 3:01:29 PM
 

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i dont now muchbout plastic, and or composite skis, but im interested in the subject cause id like to replace mine before next year, and would also seek the answers you are looking for.
 

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I'm not sure about ATS, but i've had the SLP UltraLite skis. They perform well, are far lighter than steel but also are WEAK!!! I hit a small rock and it bent up the frame and cracked the tubing in the tip, plus the plastic is fairly thin and the outside 1" edge of it peeled off. IMO the composite skis that Polaris use on many of their newer sleds are way stronger and i just stuck with those for now.
I'd love to try others too..........

Let it snow!
 

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I have USI Composite skis and USI Competition mounting blocks. I love em. SOOOO lite and mine are strong as hell. I have adjustable tips on a cable, and i have hit things with emm hard, and climbed things that have almost bent the tips to the front bumper. I would recommend these anytime. You can kinda see em on my sled on the My Sled forum.

Need some darn snow people.
 
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