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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 01-02-2008, 12:30 AM
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Stomp pad question with 08 Dominant

Got an 08 Dominant 156. Has the black grip tape across the top.
Does anyone ride this board? If so does anyone have a stomp
pad on it? If so, did you have any issues with the stomp pas
sticking to the grip tape area? I am not sure even if I need
a stomp pad on it or not? My 05 Clash 154 has one, but its a
smooth top board.


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post #2 of 5 (permalink) Old 01-02-2008, 01:37 AM
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Hmmmm, is it real grip tape like a skateboard? If so I'd say there is a small chance you need a stomp pad at all. In the same token, I'd say it probably won't stick all that well, atleast compared to a regular topsheet which is a smooth surface. The irregularity in the topsheet (if it even resembles grip tape) would allow a lot of moisture under the stomp pad and probably break down the adhesive eventually.
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Yeah I have the same board,didnt have any problem putting the stomp pad on...was the area clean and dry?and it resembles a skateboards griptape,but not as rough(I wouldnt skate with it)...but heres an idea mines came with actual grip tape in diffrent colors,which you could problaby use for a stomp pad.
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my logic in thought is the same as yours
the little uneven surface of the grip tape would
make it difficult for the stomp pad to stick

laz167
its good to know that a stomp pad worked for you
i think i might try it then also
i was just gonna get some of the old school
ice scraper models
mine came with purple grip tape also
i thought about trimming some of the black grip tape
this stuff is not near as textured as the purple stuff
they give you
then putting the stomp pad in the areas that are trimmed

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IF its got real grip tape, you won't need a stomp pad. Grip tape isn't very...grippy when wet, but there's really point to adding one if all it's going to do is just fall off anyway.
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