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    Who bought the molds from trinity for the gen 2 x2

    Who bought the molds from trinity for the gen 2 x2

    thanks

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    Re: Who bought the molds from trinity for the gen 2 x2

    I purchased Trinity Composites, but did not get the X2 molds. Someone beat me to them by hours, and I do not believe he plans to put them into production. I did however also purchase George’s GTX2 top deck and hood molds and I will be producing a complete gen2 x2 from the GTX2 top deck and Trinity Vector bottom deck. I also am making molds of the OEM hood so that will be an option if you don’t like George’s hood or want to stay closer to OEM. The result will be a very close replica of the OEM gen2 x2 but made with Trinity’s high level of quality. Contact me if interested: trinitycomposites@yahoo.com.

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    Re: Who bought the molds from trinity for the gen 2 x2

    Did you only purchase the name ? How do you purchase a business and not get all the infrastructure that "makes" that busness

    Did they have some sort of IRS seized busness auction lol

    Was there multiple molds for the -4" and -6" version that they sold?
    ( Girlfrends are cheap X2,s are expensive )

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    Re: Who bought the molds from trinity for the gen 2 x2

    I purchased the Vector molds and the rest of the business. The Epic molds (x2) werenít part of the deal. Buying a business is complicated and can include or exclude many things. The most valuable part of this purchase was the know-how to build the quality of product Trinity is known for. I spent weeks training with the founder to transfer that knowledge. I can build molds for anything, and have some future plans for new hulls. Itís all a matter of what the community has demand for. Iím glad to see there is still some interest in the x2 as that has always been my favorite ski.

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    Re: Who bought the molds from trinity for the gen 2 x2

    how about a lightweight gen 1 x2 any future plans for 1?

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    Re: Who bought the molds from trinity for the gen 2 x2

    Quote Originally Posted by greene View Post
    how about a lightweight gen 1 x2 any future plans for 1?
    Thatís one I would love to make. Stay tuned.

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    Re: Who bought the molds from trinity for the gen 2 x2

    Isint trinity the one that had that on the website for quite a few years...

    That there was a aftermarket gen1 x2 hull in the works..
    ( Girlfrends are cheap X2,s are expensive )

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    Re: Who bought the molds from trinity for the gen 2 x2

    thats awesome. I am getting into the ski making game too.

    No competition tho, doing stand ups. Bought 2 Molds from WDK-

    I have been toying with splashing a gen 1 top deck and modifying something to fit the bottom-

    I was riding my gen 1 (X2) and gen 2 (GTX2) last weekend back to back they are not even close to the same ski- i love them both, but not the same way.




    anyways- are you doing this full time or more of a hobby?
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    Re: Who bought the molds from trinity for the gen 2 x2

    I'd enjoy a middle ground ride between the gen1 and gen 2. Gen2 is excellent in the chop and holds a line amazingly, but rider position is too far back for me.

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