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Repair jibbing damage.

This pass weekend i took my capita horrorscope and start jibbing stuff around the mountain. On one of the jib, i hit a metal pole and it dented my edge into the board. The base bubble and there is a very very slight seperation from the sidewall from my edge. How do i repair this or should i just squeeze some krazy glue in the small gap so no moisture get in, file the base flat and be good to go agian?

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I have done that before. Yes it works, but if looks are your thing take it to your proshop. Other wise spread it with some nails, apply marine epoxy and let it sit. you can file it down afterwords. But you are going to have to do something because if your insides get wet you are screwed.

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The separation is minimal it's the dent that's the big thing. Cut the base out, take a flat chisel or something that can get in there and bend the edge back to its normal shape, epoxy the separation, then base weld what you cut out and you should be golden.


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