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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 01-03-2009, 01:37 PM
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I didn't notice until this morning but I managed to get a scape in my board, approximately 1in deep and 2in long. I'm going back out in about 2 hours and don't have time to re-wax because I wasn't expecting this. Are there any quick fix remedies? Also if I take it into a shop to get tuned and whatnot can they also fix it next time i take it in?
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1 inch deep?
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well I guess I fibbed, I said approximately. its about half inch or a little less, and about in inch long, sorry I'm an over exaggerator, but It's deep.

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1 inch deep?

If it's 1 inch deep I want to see a pic!
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My board is less than 1/2 inch thick so erm,

But yeah chances are the shop can fix it.
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I'm use to cm so my coorelation I'm sure is off
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The shop can probably fix it, with p tex. (you should go in soon, if you want your board fixed in time, I think).
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well I'm not going to be doing any park riding today mainly showing my gf how to ride, my biggest thing is, if I ride it just this time will I be making an awful mistake or should it be fine for today and I take it in tomorrow?
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You could take it to the shop at the mountain and ask the same question there... I'm not sure if getting moisture in there could do something bad to the base or not.
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okay, thanks will do
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