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post #1 of 41 (permalink) Old 10-22-2009, 10:24 PM
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DH Jibbing?

Hey guys, so this year im getting a new board, and i think i am going to go for the Ride DH, and i know its a great jumping board and everything but on jibs its still pretty good right? the only reason it wouldnt be as good as some of the other boards out there is because its a stiffer board, and its not reverse camber right?

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post #2 of 41 (permalink) Old 10-22-2009, 11:17 PM
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ya i guesse it would be fine for jibbing, ive never personally ridden one but if i was you id get a K2 WWW its really good for jinning and you can still hit kickers with it
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^ WTF shut up you fucktard and don't speak unless spoken to.

The DH can handle jibbing but it's still a cambered deck, I'd look at the DH 2 with lowrize in it that will help you with the jibbing and won't sacrifice when jumping.


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^ WTF shut up you fucktard and don't speak unless spoken to.

The DH can handle jibbing but it's still a cambered deck, I'd look at the DH 2 with lowrize in it that will help you with the jibbing and won't sacrifice when jumping.
Hey faggot burton fucking sucks go suck a cock you cunt, and instead of looking into a dh 2 with low rize why wouldnt you just get a better board in general.
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^ WTF shut up you fucktard and don't speak unless spoken to.
hahaha...too funny.

OP - as stated by BurtonAvenger, you may want to check out the DH2. The lowrize rocker will keep you stable for the bigger jump run-ins and landings, yet allow you to be able to press and jib the sh^t out of whatever you want. But if rocker boards aren't your thing, then the DH will do just fine for jibbs and presses.

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Hey faggot burton fucking sucks go suck a cock you cunt, and instead of looking into a dh 2 with low rize why wouldnt you just get a better board in general.
lets keep the language PG - rated
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lol. Let me guess, Marc Frank Montoya is your hero, and you're one of those posers that ride with a size xxl technine jersey to match the rest of your ganster technine crap. Its past your bedtime. Go to sleep.

**quit ruining this guy's thread. if you don't have anything helpful to say...get out**

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I'll also recommend the DH2. Lowrize is arguably the easiest rocker to transition to from camber. It really does not sacrifice stability on jumps, loosens up for sure but you don't loose any stability. Then for jibs you have to flex the board that much less than a cambered deck to get into presses, so its great for jibbing. I think the DH2 is one of the best park boards this year.

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Hey faggot burton fucking sucks go suck a cock you cunt, and instead of looking into a dh 2 with low rize why wouldnt you just get a better board in general.
to bad he doesnt like burton dumbass. nice job recommending a noodle to hit jumps with retard.


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