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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 02-20-2014, 07:58 PM Thread Starter
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DC mega vs DC ply 2014

So it's time for a new board, and I have pretty much narrowed it down to 2 choices the DC mega or the DC ply, I have tried to search the internet but I'm getting mixed reviews on both... I am about intermediate to advanced in the terrain park I equally do jibs and jumps... I need something that will handle bigger jumps but also work for rail tricks.

I have read up on the ply and was going to get it but I came across a few reviews about the base being super weak and dinged easily. Then was thinking about getting the mega But I also heard the mega is too stiff for rails and hard to turn on. I know no board is going to be perfect but I would like some input.

So If anyone owns these boards and has some input that would be awesome, thanks!
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I have the mega, I personally feel the PLY would be perfect for what I want flex wise but there is no way I'm buying a board with an extruded base. Not much of a jibber so cannot really comment but for large-ish jumps and all mountain I absolutely love it.
Hope that helps.
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Thumbs up mega

my dad has a mega and he thinks its the best board he has ever had
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