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Old 01-25-2009, 02:03 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I went snowboarding today, and somehow I discovered a kink on my top sheet. The top plastic layer lifted, and I can see the fibers underneath. About 1/5 or 1/10 of the layer. The piece is still intact. I do not know how I got that, the base and edge is perfectly fine. I was wondering if I can fix or protect it from further peeling or delaming if this is what it is. If I would use super glue or something more specific for snowboards.

I don't know if my warranty went through yet, but it specifically says it doesn't cover damage caused by impact, or the top sheet delaming due to impact.

I'll try to post some pictures once I get the chance.
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Old 01-25-2009, 02:27 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Okay, Epoxy, do I need to go to a boating store to get marine grade epoxy, or just a hardware store?

Do I need any vices or clamp to keep it down? I don't want to go out and buy more equipment that I may not use in the future. How long does it take to dry?

I was at a ski resort another time, using a friends board, the plastic rubber sole on the binding was coming loose, and the guy at the repair shop just helped me slab some epoxy on it, maybe I can ask them.
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What kind of clamp? Ace - Ace Tree: Tools: Clamps & Vises: Spring Clamps: Adjustable Spring Clamp or Ace - Ace Tree: Tools: Clamps & Vises: C-Clamps: VPT C-Clamp. I don't have snowboard vices.

Any epoxy recommendations?
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c clamp, toughest epoxy you can find
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all weather epoxy
some shops will sell you the packets c- clamp, maybe 2, 2 pieces of wood,plastic.scrapers to protect the base and top from the clamps
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