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    Airglas skis/ 2500's

    I just purchased a set of used skis. How does a guy tell which is the right and left ski? There is no right or left designation. I see they are labeled 2500-1 and 2500-2. This must mean something.

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    -1 is left. Airglas has the install directions on their website for reference
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    Quote Originally Posted by mghallen View Post
    -1 is left. Airglas has the install directions on their website for reference
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    plus, the larger of the two bushings in the ski pedestal goes to the inner end of the axle.
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    Thanks, I knew it would be something simple. All the skis I have dealt with over the years have been marked...
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    there is a cant to the axle holes that will be immediately obvious if you put the right ski on the left, etc
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    And if your are dumb like me and don't notice they are on backwards and go flying there will be a groove that will form on the inside of your ski if you leave your brakes attached. Henceforth, put the groove to the outside when you install the skis.

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