slamdry said:wait for it wait for it... did you state in your other thread how you wanted c&a's????
"As of right now my plans are ( of course some stuff will change as I go, but I'm looking to build a nice sled ):
440 pyrmadial frame
Dynoport Pipe ( keeping stock can )
Want to go with an all white/red theme. Including different colored wheels, rails, panels, skis, etc...
3" riser with 2" RSI backcountry bars
Stiffer shock valving
440 seat and tail light
Well, anyways, enjoy! "
What's bad about it? Its dirty? Theres some one deep scratch in the loop, the rest is pretty decent.slamdry said:yeah cause the 36 seconds it took was a lot of effort....
the ski you pictured is junk, used up, not worthy of putting on... you do everything half-assed. do something right for once and buy a matched pair..... stop being stupid....
I asked a question about it. I didnt say I was going. Stop pulling stuff like that out of your ass. Your information is as useful as the presidents.slamdry said:the bottom is destroyed, the plastic is all faded which means its dried out and lost most of its strength.. First big air you try to hit on the next to no snow in the pit by your house will probably snap it and throw you over your handlebars... use your head.. plus you don't have the match your are going to try and use something else to match it...
[Disappointed]sledcrusher said:Because if I'm going to spend a lot of money on a set of skis, they arent going to be C&A. I'd rather get a set of Slydogs or something. C&A isnt a bad ski, just not worth the money if your not on a track.