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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 02-09-2014, 06:53 PM Thread Starter
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Demon complete tune kit?

Hey guys I saw the demon complete tune wax kit for 40 dollars at big 5 sporting goods in federal way today on sale for 40 dollars, is it a good wax kit and worth getting?

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DS 7700 Complete tune kit

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Doesn't look bad.. I ended up buying the Dakine kit. Almost identical, but the Dakine had a metal scraper too.
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That wax iron sells for nearly $30 alone. Looks like a good starter kit. I'd get it and then add to it over time. Tognar Toolworks is a great resource for snowboard tuning / waxing supplies. Keep in mind that you can often find non-snowsport tools that are just as effective and much less expensive.

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That wax iron sells for nearly $30 alone. Looks like a good starter kit. I'd get it and then add to it over time. Tognar Toolworks is a great resource for snowboard tuning / waxing supplies. Keep in mind that you can often find non-snowsport tools that are just as effective and much less expensive.
Yeah saw it at big 5 sporting goods and will have to return sometime this week to buy it,

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