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03-14-2016 08:13 AM
SnowDogWax Found a NEW 2015 163 Juice Wagon and my EST Diodes are looking for a match. How was riding switch before the swallow tail.
03-14-2016 12:13 AM
ridinbend
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Did the Juice Wagon with the swallow tail workout as you thought??
More than I could have ever dreamed. It's the perfect powder board. So fast, and still is fully capable of ripping carves on groomed stuff. Got to ride it today in fact.
03-13-2016 11:06 PM
SnowDogWax
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I agree completely. This thing rolls over everything. Lexus suspension. Add a swallow tail and now it does it all!
Did the Juice Wagon with the swallow tail workout as you thought??
03-22-2015 04:20 PM
ghaziology
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Let me add to this that like the original post the camber in the juice wagon really helps to power through crud, or mounded up snow, unlike rocker that gets bouncy.

If you can get the first lines through golden powder something like the Fish with S rocker is probably best, but as soon as things are less than perfect I find that camber is the way to go.
Hey lamps. I'm in love with the Juice Wagon. That is all
01-01-2015 09:55 PM
ridinbend
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Originally Posted by Lamps View Post
Let me add to this that like the original post the camber in the juice wagon really helps to power through crud, or mounded up snow, unlike rocker that gets bouncy.

If you can get the first lines through golden powder something like the Fish with S rocker is probably best, but as soon as things are less than perfect I find that camber is the way to go.
I agree completely. This thing rolls over everything. Lexus suspension. Add a swallow tail and now it does it all!
01-01-2015 08:50 PM
Lamps Let me add to this that like the original post the camber in the juice wagon really helps to power through crud, or mounded up snow, unlike rocker that gets bouncy.

If you can get the first lines through golden powder something like the Fish with S rocker is probably best, but as soon as things are less than perfect I find that camber is the way to go.
01-01-2015 07:58 PM
ridinbend
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I have been riding my 163 juice wagon for the past week and absolutely horrendous icy shitty conditions up north of Toronto. I also have a Burton Sherlock which I would not take out in these conditions.

The just wagon has done pretty well due to its camber, and yesterday when I got it out and some soft snow it performed very well. I don't think that it is true 100% powder board, but it is a very good compromise, and as I add and drop boards to my quiver I find that I really do prefer camber.
It's def not a true pow stick, but it'll handle big mountain. It'll handle everything else. Great quiver board. #ilovecamber
01-01-2015 07:22 PM
Lamps I have been riding my 163 juice wagon for the past week and absolutely horrendous icy shitty conditions up north of Toronto. I also have a Burton Sherlock which I would not take out in these conditions.

The just wagon has done pretty well due to its camber, and yesterday when I got it out and some soft snow it performed very well. I don't think that it is true 100% powder board, but it is a very good compromise, and as I add and drop boards to my quiver I find that I really do prefer camber.
01-01-2015 06:39 PM
Clayton Bigsby Buddies selling his perfect 2014 163 juice wagon, if you know anyone looking. He bought a landlord to replace it
12-31-2014 06:24 PM
Hirvy Good to hear that it's good all around. I bought one a few months back and will finally get to use it in a couple weeks when I go to Seattle area.

Bought it because I rode a friends late 90's early 200's K2 Futura with it's badass piezoelectric lights and loved the way it rode so much more than my cheap RCR board. So we set out to find a similar modern board and this looked to fit the bill.
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