Aftermarket Plastic Ski Wear Patterns

The finest wear rods and... we can prove it!

Fact: Protrusions always wear first!

Not as invincible as they would lead you to believe.
Durability can vary depending on snow conditions, riding style and wear rods.
Your results could be better or worse!

I am not a fan of any aftermarket ski.
I would rather you spend that money on a snowmobile trip.
10% of the time they may be better, but that's not worth $400.00

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Simmons right ski

Ridden 2000 and 2001 seasons while touring the UP of Michigan. Good conditions with occasional sections of brown snow and the usual road crossings and shoulder riding. You know - typical Midwest snowmobiling. Total miles: approximately 2,800 with original wear rods.

Simmons left ski with approximately 2,800 miles.
Left ski, outside edge (road side). Note how exposed the new wear rod is.

New C & A Ski with used carbide wear rod

Note the excessive wear at the front of the wear rod.

Used C & A Ski (left and below)

Approximately 2,700 miles in northern Wisconsin. 2000 and 2001 seasons

Contour gauge demonstrates the wearing of the original 90 degree edges. Blue dotted line indicates original shape.


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