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    Nelson

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    New Sled Advice

    Post by Nelson on Fri Nov 27, 2009 10:10 am

    I was looking into getting a new sled this year. I was leaning towards a Danler and would like to hear what opinions people have on the topic of sled makers.
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    Snofall
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    Re: New Sled Advice

    Post by Snofall on Fri Nov 27, 2009 10:57 am

    Well i can say is - i LOVE my Danler!!! Very Happy

    Does that help?
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    Andrew Gersbach

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    Re: New Sled Advice

    Post by Andrew Gersbach on Fri Nov 27, 2009 12:03 pm

    Nelson, I have a Danler and an Alyeska.

    The Alyeska was a really good sled, handled beautifully and very well made.
    However the Danler made it appear less athletic and more "sunday arvo at the pub"

    It really depends what you want, speed or comfort.

    Speak to Klaus about the sleds he is bringing in too!

    Andrew
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    Nelson

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    Re: New Sled Advice

    Post by Nelson on Fri Nov 27, 2009 1:29 pm

    Well, tough question, speed or comfort. If I go fast I dont need to be as comfortable because I am not out there as long. I usually really get my money's worth at A5K because I am out on the trails for ages.

    I like the Danler because the one Jon from New Zeland showed me ( Andrew's one I think)folded up easily and looked flexible but strong. Then again one look at me will tell you I am a "Sunday arvo at the pub" kind of guy, lol.

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