If anything the SLT skis track even better than the Powder Pros (less darting). And with the SLTs you have the option of using the keel blades, which eliminate 100% of the darting (however they do create some drag). Jane uses the SLTs with the keel blades and will use no other Also the SLTs are 6" wide and don't create the trailer problem like the 7" wide Powder Pros do. Too bad we don't live closer, as I'd let you try both skis on your sled.Originally posted by Roy T@Jan 13 2003, 05:43 PM
Rob, do the SLP SLT skis eliminate all the wandering, tracking, darting as least as good as the Powder Pro skis? I was considering the Powder Pros, but sheeze.... WHAT POWDER!!! We've got about 1" of snow here in Empire, and THAT seems like a LOT compared to what we've had the last few months! At this point I'm even regretting that I installed the 1 3/8" sno-pro track on my std!
Anyway, if more toe-out (1/2"???) or shims under the rubber ski saddle don't help or eliminate the tracking/darting of the stock Cat skis, I'm definitely going to have to try a better set of skis. Any additional feedback is -- as always -- GREATLY appreciated! -- Roy
Well hey... I never have been to Vermont! Sounds like maybe I should be looking at the SLTs. Thanks again for the feedback Rob! -- RoyOriginally posted by rob@Jan 13 2003, 06:05 PM
Too bad we don't live closer, as I'd let you try both skis on your sled.