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post #26 of (permalink) Old 01-07-2012, 01:19 PM Thread Starter
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Wow guys, thanks for all the quick responses. For some reason it didn't email me like it usually does when a new post was made. Any who, I'm going to ptex the one deeper, longer gash that is close to my bindings. Like someone said, it will be a good gash to practice/learn on.

Plus, I need to do a good wax too. I hate the snow around me, I live in the midwest and it's all man-made icey garbage. I'll probably end up waxing almost every trip this year as the warm day temps and cold night temps are just melting and freezing continuously. Making for super icey conditions.

Checked out a bunch of different base repair videos on YouTube and now I feel pretty confident. Keeping the flame blue is something I probably wouldn't have done/known to do if it weren't for all the great videos online. I :heart: the interweb.

Current Gear:
2011 GNU Cargon Credit 162w
Rome Arsenal's
Salomon Faction's

Usual Riding Spots:
Snowshoe, WV
Paoli Peaks, IN
Perfect North, IN
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