Transporting ski's
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Jul-2012
Brooksy


Does this work on knee joints, I have the skill , tools & materials on standby
Jul-2012
Pavelski
brooksy,
Skill,,,,,, you must be one of the rare birds.
Tools,,,,imagine they now use a laser guided saw to do work on knee

Materials,,,,,$5,000 US dollars for a titanium knee unit.

Stanby,,,,many skiers waiting!


Now if you want picture,,,,,to make you reconsider will send you one close up!


White lithuim grease,,,,well there is coming a "therapy" in which your own stem cells are injected to rebuild those ligaments. Nano-surgery of the 2020.
Jul-2012
Verbier_ski_bum
I think roof box is the way to go. There are also cheaper roof ski racks, but the amount of crap that sticks to skis is unbelievable, dead flies, birds' poo, road dust, grease, everything. OK to use it once if you need to, but that's about it. Roof boxes are more versatile and can be used to carry other stuff too.
Jul-2012
Dids1
Deffo roofbox.
Asked this advice last season and we managed to borrow one which saved costs.
We fitted 6 pairs of skis in on the way home, plus poles and other stuff like towels round sides.

A sound bit of advice I was given (and this did result in us having to borrowa smaller one) is to watch the height as on the tunnel there is a restriction.
You can hire themif don't want to buy.
Jul-2012
Verbier_ski_bum
pavelski wrote:brooksy,
Skill,,,,,, you must be one of the rare birds.
Tools,,,,imagine they now use a laser guided saw to do work on knee

Materials,,,,,$5,000 US dollars for a titanium knee unit.

Stanby,,,,many skiers waiting!


Now if you want picture,,,,,to make you reconsider will send you one close up!


White lithuim grease,,,,well there is coming a "therapy" in which your own stem cells are injected to rebuild those ligaments. Nano-surgery of the 2020.


Just read a thread on TGR on stem cell injections. Sounds like there will be a way soon for people to extend there skiing careers indefinitely
Jul-2012
Brooksy
verbier_ski_bum wrote:
pavelski wrote:brooksy,
Skill,,,,,, you must be one of the rare birds.
Tools,,,,imagine they now use a laser guided saw to do work on knee

Materials,,,,,$5,000 US dollars for a titanium knee unit.

Stanby,,,,many skiers waiting!


Now if you want picture,,,,,to make you reconsider will send you one close up!


White lithuim grease,,,,well there is coming a "therapy" in which your own stem cells are injected to rebuild those ligaments. Nano-surgery of the 2020.


Just read a thread on TGR on stem cell injections. Sounds like there will be a way soon for people to extend there skiing careers indefinitely


I'm already doing that
Jul-2012
Dave Mac
verbier_ski_bum wrote:
Just read a thread on TGR on stem cell injections. Sounds like there will be a way soon for people to extend their skiing careers indefinitely


That is comforting, I had planned to emulate some of the 100 year old+ skiers, but indefinitely sounds infinitely more attractive......

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