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-[[Image:Gate Key.jpg|'''[[Gate key]]''' is a tool comprising a short open-slotted length of tubular steel used to screw hinged gate poles into holes drilled in the snow. Gate Keys have two teeth at the end of the tube which slip over and fit into the hinge collar on the screw-in gate pole.(Right hand thread)|thumb|300px]]+[[Image:Gate Key.jpg|'''[[Gate key]]''' is a tool comprising a short open-slotted length of tubular steel used to screw hinged gate poles into holes drilled in the snow. Gate Keys have two teeth at the end of the tube which slip over and fit into the hinge collar on the screw-in gate pole.(Right hand thread)|thumb|400px]]
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== Also see == == Also see ==
*'''[[Freestyle Equipment List]]''' *'''[[Freestyle Equipment List]]'''
 +*'''[[Ski Cross World Cup Inspection Report]]'''
 +*'''[[Chief of Equipment]]'''
 +*'''[[Freestyle Course Components]]'''
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Gate key is a tool comprising a short open-slotted length of tubular steel used to screw hinged gate poles into holes drilled in the snow.  Gate Keys have two teeth at the end of the tube which slip over and fit into the hinge collar on the screw-in gate pole.(Right hand thread)
Gate key is a tool comprising a short open-slotted length of tubular steel used to screw hinged gate poles into holes drilled in the snow. Gate Keys have two teeth at the end of the tube which slip over and fit into the hinge collar on the screw-in gate pole.(Right hand thread)


Gate key is a tool comprising a short open-slotted length of tubular steel used to screw hinged gate poles into holes drilled in the snow. Gate Keys have two teeth at the end of the tube which slip over and fit into the hinge collar on the screw-in gate pole.(Right hand thread)


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