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TekTrip - Snow On The Rails (File)


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Contrary to what you may have been told, detuning your skis properly won't damage them. Detuned skis can be especially useful for beginner and intermediate skiers, as well as skiers who do tricks on rails and boxes. Detuning can be finished in 20 to 30 minutes, so you don't have to worry about this project devouring your day, either. This article was co-authored by our trained team of editors and researchers who validated it for accuracy and comprehensiveness. Together, they cited information from 13 references.

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Article Edit. Learn why people trust wikiHow. Learn more Select a sturdy, flat work surface. Your work surface should be long and wide enough to hold your skis comfortably. You'll be filing away part of the ski while detuning, which will create fine sawdust. Lay out a drop cloth or some newspaper on your work surface to catch dust and simplify cleanup.

Identify the contact points on the skis. Contact points are at both ends and on both sides of each ski. The contact point is where the edge begins to round.

For most skis, this will be the widest part. The area you need to detune extends about 2 Inostr - Кирпичи - Сила Ума 5 cm above and below these contact points.

Hold skis in place in ski vises when available. Ski vises have protectors usually made of rubber to hold your skis in place without damaging their finish.

You'll be able to work more efficiently if the ski is held in a vise. When using a vise, you'll have to unclamp the ski to reposition it so you can work on its opposite side. With firm pressure, drag over the edge in long, continuous motions down the entire contact point. Evaluate the edge as you file. You may need TekTrip - Snow On The Rails (File) blow on your ski as you file or wipe it with a dry TekTrip - Snow On The Rails (File) to clear away sawdust.

Smooth the edge with a wet diamond sharpening stone. Hold a medium-grit diamond sharpening stone in your hand. With your free hand, use a spray bottle to squirt the stone several times with water. Use several long, smooth, overlapping strokes with the diamond stone to smooth the edge.

Rewet the diamond stone frequently, but try not to saturate Humphrey - The Happy Dog Project - Dog Days Are Over wood too much with water.

Wet wood expands, which may negatively impact your smoothing efforts. Polish contact points with a Gumi stone. Go over the detuned contact points lightly with this stone.

Use several strokes and long, smooth, overlapping motions. File all contact points on both skis in this fashion. You may find it easiest to file all contact points before smoothing with a diamond sharpening stone and polishing with a Gumi stone.

Alternatively, you could file, smooth, and polish points one at a time. Attempt rails and boxes with detuned skis. Rails and boxes are usually found in the Terrain Park of the slopes. You can do tricks like jumps and grinds off these features.

Tuned skies tend to stick on TekTrip - Snow On The Rails (File) and boxes; detuned skis will work best. Equip beginner and intermediate skiers with detuned skis. The sharp edges of tuned skis cut more deeply into turns, making it harder to release the turn.

This can cause difficulty to beginner and intermediate skiers, who may not yet have the experience to compensate for this like a veteran might.

Detune edges after each retuning. After a season or two, it might be time to get your skis tuned again. After retuning, you'll have to detune contact points again. This process can be a little annoying, but when contact points are detuned and the rest of the ski well-tuned, your skis will handle the best.

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