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Have the standard Polaris plastic skis on my pro x, would I notice a huge differnence by using the C&A Pro or the SLP rocker keels
over the standard factory? mostly trail riding and ditch banging.
 

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C&A Pro 2005 Outlaw Skis.. Money Back Guarantee

If you are looking for aftermarket skis try C&A Pro's new 2005 OUTLAW skis. They are the best all around ski you will find.

I have had numerous riders and racers telling me how much they love the new ski. These are guys that have ran many different aftermarket skis including older C&A Pro skis in the past, and have told me these are the best skis they have ever used. Some of the feedback I have received regarding the new Outlaw ski is as follows. They have a solid feel and are very predictable. They turn great in all snow conditions whether it be low snow, deep snow, or crusty snow. They track very well in all conditions and will NOT dart. In spite of our bigger keel they are as easy if not easier to steer than old C&A pro skis. So your arms will not feel like rubber after a day of riding. The tri-keel design holds the snow under the ski and they float very well in deep powder conditions. There will be additional testimonials from riders and racers to posted on the website as word of mouth is the best advertising. We are so confident that once someone uses our skis they will love them so much we are backing it with a 14 Day Money Back Guarantee. If the customer doesn't like how the ski performs or feels we'll reimburse them for the price of ski. Only thing they have to pay for is the shipping charges.

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In need of new skis for 96 xlt sp. should i switch to plastic. How good are the camoplast skis. They have tempting price tag
 

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They're a huge improvement over a steel ski. For the price they can't be beat. There are better skis on the market, but for a much higher price.
 

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Thanks. I bought the sled with steel and plastic skins, but that seems like a flimsey half measure which traps road salt and rots the skis. The c&a skis look good but they would cost more than half what i paid for the sled. Like to move into a newer machine next year so i have to be careful not to buy upgrades i wont be sble to get my $ back on.
 

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If your patient you can find almost new plastics for cheap. Bk just had a real clean pair for 200

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