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In my siderails. 2 on my front side one on back. small, My board doesnt flex a lot I ride a burton operator. Im pretty sure I do to much rail riding for this board as it is all mountain not really made for what I am doing hints the cracks. Anyways is this a problem? I dont have the money to just hand over my board to someone and say fix this as im sure it cost a pretty little penny to fix. :thumbsdo wn:
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If you could post a pic it might make it easier to see what your talking about exactly

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If it's your edges it's from jibbing they heat up and when they hit the snow they crack from the excessive hot to cold. If it's the sidewall it's probably impacts from landing on jibs.


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If it's your edges it's from jibbing they heat up and when they hit the snow they crack from the excessive hot to cold. If it's the sidewall it's probably impacts from landing on jibs.
Its the edges, Sidewalls are fine, nice and strong, ran into a light pole lastnight and didnt hurt it at all. But yea 3 cracks in the edges, I know it take a bit a work to fix that and I know how but just dont really have the money. Maybe I dont know a quick fix? Ive been riding for a while just was curious about this problem I suppose.
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just ride it, it's not hurting anything.


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