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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 01-10-2010, 10:04 PM
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post #2 of 5 (permalink) Old 01-11-2010, 05:38 PM
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Grafts are straight money, have sick flex to them and are an ultimate park board and fun to ride and butter on the mountain with. Three of my buddies ride them and they all love them.

edit- really good for boardslides and presses.
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I love my graft...it's beat to shit but fun ass board to mess around on

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love this board man.. its real sick for park and still fine for all mountain.. just got a rie kink nd love that also, nd if anyone wants to sign up for the Ride search and win competition message me ill tell you whats up nd refer u to get extra points, i just got a free hoodie, its legit

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Since the season is pretty much over now, and prices are dropping. Im planning to get one of these bad boys for next year.

Im 5'10" around 155lbs and I can only find this board in a 151 or 155+, Im planning on the 151 but im just wondering if its going to hold? The limit is 110-165lbs, will I be flirting with cracking/ breaking the board too much then? I plan to use this as a multi-purpose board, some blacks, parks, semi big jumps...
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