Angle Gauges

BuoyChaserBuoyChaser Posts: 71 Baller
edited May 2007 in Skis Fins Bindings
with so many different "angle gauges" around, what has everyone found to be the most accurate to use???


 i see schnitz has some for $50 but any others out there???

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  • Old MS AccoutOld MS Accout Posts: 2,114 Baller
    The HO kit is pretty good. It comes in half sizes which is great. I saw one this weekend.


    If you buy a Fish, they throw in a nice set with there ski.  
  • kstateskierkstateskier Posts: 524 Solid Baller
    I agree with MS I have the HO version that I bought from PerfSS a few years back...  I think they were $20 + shipping or something ridiculously cheap!  They work awesome, they DO come with .5 degrees not that I've ever used a .5 degree... 
    KStateSkier
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  • HortonHorton Posts: 26,356 Administrator
    I have gauges but for years used the stainless protractor that you can find at the hardware store ($5 to $10). The protractor works as good as anything once you learn to use it. The gauges are just easier.

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  • mopowpowmopowpow Posts: 317 Baller
    I used to use an old set of thin plastic wedges that came with a KD ski.  I bought the HO gauges last year and they work so much better.
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