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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 01-17-2009, 12:01 AM
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Help Identify My Board Please

Hey, I just got this board off my friend who bought it at west 49 in 2001-2002 and no one i talk to has any idea who it's made by

can you please help? google is not giving any results either

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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 01-17-2009, 09:47 AM
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bump... this is killing me
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Patience grasshopper. It is a saturday morning afterall. What's the fine print say under the '27 hundred'? I can make out the 'Austria' but not the other part. I've heard of a board company called 24/7 from that region, but nothing else. You may just have a no-name board as I can't find anything on the interwebs. Nothing wrong with that for beginners. As you progress you'll want something more capable, but don't let it stop you from learning on the thing. Of course, it may be a great board. I don't know.
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haha it says "Made in austria"...

it's pretty bare on the details :S

And i know it'll be good to learn on, and it's not like if i find out its no-name or some name i dont like i'm gonna turf it, i'm just amped to have a board now haha. just super curious
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haha it says "Made in austria"...

it's pretty bare on the details :S

And i know it'll be good to learn on, and it's not like if i find out its no-name or some name i dont like i'm gonna turf it, i'm just amped to have a board now haha. just super curious
if its made in austria, then... maybe elan? but elan's factories manufactured boards for other companies too.
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And i know it'll be good to learn on, and it's not like if i find out its no-name or some name i dont like i'm gonna turf it, i'm just amped to have a board now haha. just super curious
Shred it up!
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i'll check them out.

it's a little complicated how it came about.

my buddy bought it back in like 2002 and he's the kinda guy that only buys good stuff. He never used it and gave it to his girlfriend (who this year moved to australia). I bought it off her, because there's no snow in australia (apparently there is, but it's in our summer? i unno) and i've asked him about it and he says it high quality, like comp-level deck. but i have no clue
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