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Yes they are soft because yes they are stainless.

3rd time I’ve done this. Lol.

Funny thing is, my sled handled fine each time. Sure I left huge dart provoking grooves . Lol.

 

 

 

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1 hour ago, Angry ginger said:

i don't usually go shapers because of that but i have them for the new sled because they were in stock and the woodys i like were not.  

I'm a huge fan of front end bite, and hated shapers.  Have had great luck and phenomenal control with Woody's Executives on stock and C&A ski's... or as the tards on Fecesbook call them, skies.   Best price, and fastest shipping... fucking Amazon.



 

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We've been running shapers on our sleds for years with no issue. Mostly on Ski-Doo Pilot skis, but also on my USI X2's. What skis are you running?

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9 hours ago, Wildboer said:

We've been running shapers on our sleds for years with no issue. Mostly on Ski-Doo Pilot skis, but also on my USI X2's. What skis are you running?

Slydog trail.

I’m in NH. Lots of Granite !

Reason we are called The Granite State. :)

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On 2/4/2021 at 11:02 PM, Wildboer said:

We've been running shapers on our sleds for years with no issue. Mostly on Ski-Doo Pilot skis, but also on my USI X2's. What skis are you running?

I generally prefer the Shapers.  Bergstroms are the best, but stupid expensive and a pain in the ass to order.

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Try the Stud Boy Deuce - I run the 9” on my XCR, sled is on rails, they take a beatin’ and last much longer than you’d think. 

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I've used shapers alot.  I've put minor bends in them, you can hammer them back.  The design of the bar makes more sense to me than a round bar.  But I've had good results with woody's too.  Those are my top two go to bars.  Everything else is junk.

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7.5 shapers here with stock 4” outsides on shimmed pilot 5.7s. 129” xrs. The sled rips and handles well. I’ve used shapers on everything I’ve owned and swear by them. They’ve worn great for me, but you have to shim your skis. 

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I’ve been using shapers with woody navigators in my center and stock carbides outside on my pilot ski’s and they steer great and no darting.

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Triple points for the win.  Order them in July when its stupid hot and humid and I am thinking about my sled.  Nothing else will wear like them.  IMO

 

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