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Originally Posted by bcoon View Post
This damage was here when I bought this board used. It's a Burton Baron ES 168.. great shape other than the expected topsheet scratches and a few shallow marks in the base. I had this repaired two years ago, ridden it probably 15 days since (based out of Atlanta, so I don't have the luxury to go too often).

Anyway, I'm heading to Breckenridge in a couple weeks and wondering if I need to get this redone as there seems to be a crack in whatever was used to fix it. The bottom and edge is smooth/straight.

Well, it's pretty fuckin' ugly, but it didn't look to bad.

Does it look like water will get in there?

If it does, I would just get a little epoxy & force it in there.

A hair dryer works good to make it flow easier.
I like to use a sanded flat bamboo skewer like a spatula.

Or just drip some p-tex into it.

I wouldn't waste money getting it fixed, it's pretty easy to do yourself.


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