How to Cut Down Ski Poles

video tutorial on how to easily cut down a ski pole to fit a smaller
person.

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jkeisenb says:

It forms a tight friction fit. If you find that it keeps moving after it cools and drys you could remove the grips and apply grip glue like you would use on motorcycle grips but I doubt you will need that. Not much torque or twisting motion on ski pole grips.

Alain Gagnon says:

Thanks man!

TheSoroLP says:

So I don´t need any glue to put the grip back on?

Paul Kiernan says:

Great video! Thorough and great attitude. Enjoyed watching

kevin yang says:

what is the tool you use to cut the poles and where can I get it?

jkeisenb says:

Some grips have a screw on the end that tightens them against the inside of the pole.

Simone Girotto says:

Grazie.

Christian Raumann says:

Thanks a ton. Using the faucet is key. Saves from boiling a pot. Worked great on a pair of newish Scotts.

Mike Duong says:

Boy! it looks too easy to get the handle off. I can’t! I have Leki trigger poles. I tried hot water. I even boil the water and dip my poles in it for 15 min. But, I still can’t get the handle out. Help please…

Bruce Tormey says:

nice waste of water 🙁

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