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post #2 of (permalink) Old 02-20-2008, 07:41 PM Thread Starter
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Originally Posted by NYCboarder View Post
Im thinking about learning to tune my own board. i have an old board to practice my first try on so im not really worried about messing it up if i happen to screw up.
But my question is.. is it better to get the quick file which has 0 - 2 degrees.. or would you reccomend getting a kit with the gummy stone, diamond stone ect... are all these extras actually needed?

If i do get a kit i would be thinking about getting an iron also since all the ones im my house have holes in them..
if you have one or do your own tuning i would appreciate it if you can help me know what specific tools i should be looking for.
Thanks a lot!

buler? buler? anyone? anyone?
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