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how tall should a park board be?

i am looking to buy the signal park rocker off the internet so i cant tell if its tall enough before buying so where should the board be on my bodie for a park board, i know should be arounf your shoulders but how far down?
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post #2 of 2 (permalink) Old 03-01-2010, 09:39 PM
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a park board should be a little shorter than the size you'd use for freeriding. for example, if you rode a 156 for all-mountain, you'd use maybe a 152-153 for park for added control.

it would help if you mentioned your height and weight.
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