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Hi guys I just joined this forum and I need your advice. I have a 3-5 year old Salomon Snow Board. The board has damage to the nose section. Multiple layers are missing, the metal edge is not damaged, but it looks as if all the other layers are. Here is a picture of the damage and another one of the board that may help to determine what the layers are made out of.






My question is what type of repair does this warrant? Is it a simple epoxy fix or do I need to bring it to a professional shop?

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EDIT: I realize the second picture is blurry, the important information on it is "ptex 1900, Salomon ACE 160" I don't know if ACE 160 is a model series that this board belongs to or the actual model. If you need more information please let me know, thanks again.

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Ace is the name of the board.

160 is the size of the board.

Ptex 1900 refers to the material of the sidewalls and board.

My advice take it to a shop they can fix that like new for probe 40 bucks.
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Ace is the name of the board.

160 is the size of the board.

Ptex 1900 refers to the material of the sidewalls and board.

My advice take it to a shop they can fix that like new for probe 40 bucks.

Thank You! I will take it to a shop like you suggested. I actually plan on going to Camelback Mountain Resort in PA this WED/THURS, so I think I will just let their shop do it. Any one have experience with using their repair shop? Or any suggestions for repair shops in the Morris County area of NJ, or a shop that would be on the way to CamelBack?
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Here is what I know that repair will most likely take a shop one day to fix. My advice find a shop before you go up but do not ride it before it gets fixed because and I cannot really tell from the pictures if water gets inside the board your screwed it will rip your board apart from the inside!

Best of luck.

This might help.
http://www.skisite.com/shopslist.cfm?state=NJ

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Here is what I know that repair will most likely take a shop one day to fix. My advice find a shop before you go up but do not ride it before it gets fixed because and I cannot really tell from the pictures if water gets inside the board your screwed it will rip your board apart from the inside!

Best of luck.

This might help.
http://www.skisite.com/shopslist.cfm?state=NJ
Okay will do. Unfortunately I did already ride it once this year before fixing it. Hopefully its not ruined but I guess I'll find out. Thanks for the info and the link : )
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