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post #1 of 19 (permalink) Old 12-15-2008, 06:20 PM Thread Starter
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gouge on new snowboard edge..please help

hey guys, i just orderd a new snowboard and it noticed a gouge on the edge. it doesnt quite reach the metal on the bottom part of the edge but highest sheet on the board is cut up. it is abot a 1/2 inch and and runs verticallly. it isnt very deed but ther definitly is a gouge. I can easily end it back but was hoping to snowboard with it this weekend. so my question is will it be fine, or should i have it replaced. any help is really appreciated. thanks
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We need pics...
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Going to need pics. Hard to visualize that.

EDIT: Aww, got in before me!
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ill have pics in a sec
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hey how do yo upload the pics to the site. i feel studid but cant figure it out thanks
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You have to host them online elsewhere and link the picture here. You can't upload directly to the site, I don't think. Webshots is very easy to use.
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like thaT.... use photobucket... aw this site wont allow embedded videos?
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sorry about the hold up, any advice is really aprecciated. thanks again

if you click on the pic it should take you to web bucket wher there are a few more, you can also see a larger image
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When you use Webshots, make sure you click on the 600 above the image so it is larger. Right now, you have the default 100 pixel setting. Just an FYI.
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Just click the picture and it will go bigger.
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