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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 11-24-2009, 03:52 PM
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So I've got this board...

I found a board in my basement its a liquid 155 and its crap

BUT I was wondering if it would still be good for practicing rails on in my back yard

the edges are rusted to hell with very slight signs of seperation in one spot also its not very flexible

so what do you think? could it be salvaged as a beater practice board?
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I found a board in my basement its a liquid 155 and its crap

BUT I was wondering if it would still be good for practicing rails on in my back yard

the edges are rusted to hell with very slight signs of seperation in one spot also its not very flexible

so what do you think? could it be salvaged as a beater practice board?
i don't see why not if your just going to use it in your back yard
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but the main thing is will the edges be a problem if rusted i mean ill try to clean em up and set em up for grinding but i ws wondering if it would be a problem at all
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Get some steel wool and scrape the rust off, problem solved.

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yea and if its a backyard board you can just take a file and go to hell on those edges to clean them up a bit. that plus a steel wool pad should be all you need.


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ALright thnnks we will see how it goes

just need a crappy pair of bindings now
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ALright thnnks we will see how it goes

just need a crappy pair of bindings now
Good luck. Wish I had the resources to do that but I don't have much of a backyard to practice on.
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