Mrs ML Posted July 15, 2010 Share Posted July 15, 2010 My husband decided to price out two Goodeâ€™s, the mid-ride and a 9900â€¦.. I was just wondering if anyone knows of some kind of â€œPower-Financingâ€ being offered by Goode? The hubs has been skiing on a 68 Eliteâ€¦..Iâ€™m pretty sure itâ€™s a 68?....anyways for over a year now. It took some time to get it all set up so it worked well for him but heâ€™s been happy and has been skiing pretty well. Â Then he had this great idea to â€œrule-outâ€ the use of our buddies 9900â€¦.yes, he was trying to decide if he wanted to bleed black & orange. He spewed some kind of sales pitch like â€œI really like my ski but the guys that are on Goodeâ€™s seem to be skiing well so I think I should try it and rule it outâ€. Yah, right. Â He tried it a few sets and skied well but no better than on his Elite. He decided to go back to the elite cuz â€œwhy spend the money if Iâ€™m skiing the sameâ€. The next set on the Elite did not go well. He said he realizes he has to work so much harder. It took him 4 or 5 sets before it started to resemble â€œnormalâ€ again. Â I was just wondering-does anyone else torture themselves with their equipment this way? The â€œI just want to rule this outâ€ can add up rather quicklyâ€¦..and by the way, I am in love with skiing. I know its spendy and I donâ€™t mind spending it if I got it and I want the hubs to have what works best. I fully support that! But how come Iâ€™m okay sticking with something that is maybe so-so. Do I have to be a special kind of â€œmentalâ€ to go through equipment like that? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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