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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 09-20-2009, 07:05 PM Thread Starter
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Does the Rome Graft loose its pop?

I have a rome graft but someone said it looses its pop on jumps. I don't plan on hitting jumps bigger than 30-40 ft. Do you think this board will be ok for that?

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not too sure bout the graft, but i have ridden an agent for the past season without any loss in pop.

board should be fine for kickers, most jumps i don't even ollie off of cause i get more than enough air from just my speed. i only really notice pop with like getting onto boxes and rails and ground ollies.

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Thanks! haha i was all worried over nothing. I like the board though its really fun to ride!

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