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post #11 of 14 (permalink) Old 11-09-2007, 09:21 AM
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lol i guess it's my shop. Never had any issue at all, and all the guys there know a ton about boarding. If they f'd up you board you should have had them buy you a new one because they would have had to. What exactly did they do that messed it up so bad you ha dto get a new deck completly. It's almost impossible to do because the only thing that they do by hand is the waxing.
Oh, they paid for a new deck. I asked them to do nothing but a waxing. That's all I wanted and needed at the time. I came back to pick it up and they decided that they'd sharpen the edges, and do a general check of the board. Somehow the retards broke part of the edge off the board, and because my binding was "lose" (it was hand tight, nothing more than it should have been) they decided to take a drill and tighten up the binders! They ripped up the board. Sports Authority is full of idiots.

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post #12 of 14 (permalink) Old 11-09-2007, 09:25 AM
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Depends on the SA but in general they have retarded monkeys doing the work for them...
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I always get the edges done either at the shop at the mountain or by 1 local shop that I trust because I know the guys. The waxing I generally do myself or if I'm feeling lazy I get it done by one of those same 2 places
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I wax my board myself now. When that happened I had only been out for about half a season, so didn't really have much practice doing that. I learned how to wax my board quickly after that

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