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Good 4 all mountain?

Got dis board 4 $20 at a yard sale, want 2 no if it is good 4 all mountain and shud I get new binders what do u think?


Seriously tho, I got this thing over the weekend. Classic!!
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Good for making a bench out of or hanging on the wall.
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definitely a great all-mountain board
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Slush cup board for sure. Funniest part is it has an aluminum riser under the back binding....what the hell is that all about?!? I took it out to see why it was there, it's behind the board on the table....
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Got dis board 4 $20 at a yard sale, want 2 no if it is good 4 all mountain and shud I get new binders what do u think?


Seriously tho, I got this thing over the weekend. Classic!!
Sweet find. I had that board in maybe '92-93? If you would be willing to sell it, hit me up. That was first board, I probably sold it for a case of beer in the summer of 1993. Dumb.

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Sweet dude! Gotta get some circa year 2000 clickers to go with!

In other news, I picked up my second set of Diode Re: flexes, going to mount them to my $100 Nitro Slash 166 so I can try out the big powder board!
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Slush cup board for sure. Funniest part is it has an aluminum riser under the back binding....what the hell is that all about?!? I took it out to see why it was there, it's behind the board on the table....
that's for canting son
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canting in 1992? hahaha, it is about 15 degrees. serious canting.
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What, you thought canting was some sort of new fangeled invention like rocker?
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canting in 1992? hahaha, it is about 15 degrees. serious canting.

Snowboarding - Rob Reichenfeld - Google Books

that book's from 1994; the link will direct you to the chapter "Canting"


I really thought quicksand was going to be a much bigger issue in my life when I was little
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