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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 02-05-2009, 02:36 PM
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Board Re Painting/custum Paint Job

can anyone hook me up with a guide to re painting my board???

or know any where in the Greator Toronto Area to get boards custum painted???
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post #2 of 11 (permalink) Old 02-05-2009, 02:54 PM
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can anyone hook me up with a guide to re painting my board???

or know any where in the Greator Toronto Area to get boards custum painted???
seems kinda pointless, even if possible. i dont get why proplr love graphics on snowboard. personally i could be riding down the hill with carebears and rainbows and it would bother me because no one will see it unless its on a snowboard rack. if i were you id prolly invest in better snowboard, bindings, boots, jacket, or hell maybe a snowboard trip to somewhere else in the world, just my opinion.
good luck though
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true say.. thanks.. i was thinking of new bindings..

maybe some like K2 cinch CTS or w/e..
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Stickers, stickers and stickers. Or save your cash for a new board.
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If you do end up painting it, which i would suggest against doing since paint has a good chance of cracking if not prepared correctly, consider covering with a "car bra" type of material which is like 3mm plastic. Should help prevent some of the gouges you will inevitably get from people's boards etc.
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true and true

thanks

and umm..

know any good places to get lots of stickers? like monster and stuff?
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get a big piece of vinyl like a bass boat one so your board can be all rainbow and stuff
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Well I decided to paint my board, however it did take alot of time and effort. I did it as a project for school so I had access to a paint booth, gun, paint, and access to all needed materials. Painting the board has less to do with showing it off to others, cause not many people will notice that the board is painted if its done right. It will be more for yourself to express yourself. But you do get the pride in saying "yea I painted the board" when someone asks about it. Here is mine for a reference. And i know its been posted before but hey i love showing it off lol



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nice paint job

maybe ill make it my summer project instead of a shitty little jump
post #10 of 11 (permalink) Old 09-23-2009, 02:05 PM
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I'm currently repainting my snowboard, (I'm doing it MYSELF), after a few practice shots on some old, banged up snowboards.

I'll post picks when I'm finished.

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