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post #4 of (permalink) Old 02-20-2014, 06:10 PM
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Originally Posted by Naturesabre View Post
So if it actually a 'new' board, you can talk to the company. That doesn't seem to be the case based on those pictures unless the little scruffs and what appears to be natural wear is just the result of your crash (and considering it looks like you took a jigsaw to the nose of your board that's not too far fetched). So first option if it's new is to talk to the manufacturer/shop. If not, that board is pretty much toast.
What is a shop or manufacturer going to do? They're going to go you ran into something and its your fault.

Yes the board more than likely is toast. Now here is your saving grace if you're a DIYer you can salvage it. Get a jigsaw, router, and some sealant because you're giving your board its own unique nose shape. If you're not a DIYer I suggest just getting really drunk and crying.

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