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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 10-21-2009, 05:53 PM Thread Starter
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forum manual as a jib board?

Hey guys, as of right now i ride a 07 151cm burton seven as my park/jib board. i havent been into park too long but want to get into it a lot more this year. I feel that i am constantly repairing the base of this board, it is constantly getting close to core shots from simple rails and such. Also, i weight 120 lbs and was wondering if 151 was too big. the whole point of this info is to now ask your opinion, i can get a forum manual 09 147cm (used lightly) for about $150. i havent heard a ton about it but checked it out on forums website and when i clicked on the sorting option "park" it didnt show up but in its description says its a great street and jib board. Do you think that i should go for the manual or just stay with the burton seven? is it worth the money or what. which is softer, the manual or seven? thanks!
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I weigh 125 and use a 147 and its perfect for park, so a 151 is probably a little big for you and the manuel is a little softer, especially since it'd be a 147 vs. a 151 in your case. $150 is a nice deal, too. I'd say go for it.
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