• Welcome to the Snowest Swapmeet section. This is the correct place to be if you're looking to buy or sell something on the Snowest Forums.

    To help you in crafting the most successful advertisement possible, keep in mind that adding these key points to your post may very well help in cutting down repeated questions or confusion about your item for sale and hopefully help you to get your item sold more quickly.

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    - Lastly, be sure to add a [B]DETAILED DESCRIPTION[/B] to your post. If you've got something you want to sell, don't keep it a secret! The best way to get something sold is to share everything you can about it in the opening post of the ad.

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    With these tips in mind, you should now be able to post an effective advertisement for your; part, sled, vehicle, or trailer.

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Klim Adrenaline problems

Dec 4, 2014
Lake Preston SD
I'm not trying to sell these boots but I couldn't figure out where else to post about this cause there wasn't anything about clothing.

I just bought a pair of Klim Adrenaline GTX Boa boots from a swapmeet guy at haydays. I tried them on and noticed the clickers were a little tight but they went on and off without any problems.

When I got home I tried them again and I got them on and tried taking them off and my clickers wouldn't losen at all. Just wondering if anyone has had problems with this?


Trail Coordinator
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Lifetime Membership
Nov 26, 2007
Ham Lake / Lake of the Woods, MN
You might have an issue with the BOA "dialer" they call it. that's the actual dial that you turn to tighten and pull to loosen. It's a very easy part to replace and pretty much controls the entire system. Most local Ski shops sell the parts or give KLIM a call and they may warranty it or sell you a new one. they are pretty cheap to replace.

I have sheared off a few of those over the years and they are easy to swap.

This site has all the BOA information on it also about repairs and such.
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