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post #6 of (permalink) Old 02-16-2008, 07:35 PM
FrankDaTank089
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Originally Posted by yso View Post
on a directional board the tip will be longer than the tail(measured from the inserts). there is usually a slight setback on the inserts and the sidecut. they can be ridden switch and if you aren't having issues with it then i wouldn't worry about it.
well i was wondering if it would make a difference manualing, because i can much easier ride the nose in a mannual then the tail. and also, i usually do nollies, because of the same concept and get more air.
 
 
 
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