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New Burton Blunt or Forum Youngblood Chillydog?

Ok I've been looking for a more park oriented board this year that will help me with progression and the two boards i've picked out are the 2010 Burton Blunt Wide or the Forum Youngblood Chillydog wide. They both have rockers which i've been intrested in and there about the same price range.

Im 6' 4" and 175 lbs. I would be getting the 159s for both of them and i'll mostly be going over jumps and hitting rails. Also If i get the Blunt can i still use Union Forces or do i have to buy a burton binding? I was looking at the Cartels from Burton if that was necessary. Anybody have any insight on these two boards?
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i tihnk the blunt uses the ICS system so you need burton EST bindings to make the best of it. get the youngblood
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Better yet just get a Capita Horrorscope with Union Forces.... That's what I rock and I don't have anything bad to say about it. Love the FK technology.

Do some research on the longevity of Burton products these days and see if you still want to own a Burton board/bindings first.

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gotta agree there, get a horrorscope.
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i tihnk the blunt uses the ICS system so you need burton EST bindings to make the best of it. get the youngblood
blunt is 3D

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blunt is 3D
well that shows how much i pay attention to burton.
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