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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 06-15-2010, 08:44 PM Thread Starter
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Need Advice about board repair?

I recently bought my first board a little bit ago from Dogfunk.com: Snowboarding Clothing and Gear from Burton, Volcom, DC Shoe Co., RVCA, Nixon, Oakley, Vans, Reef, DAKINE, and Forumand i got it, everything was good except i noticed a very small space in the metal edge on the tail of the board i will try to get a picture of the crack/space in the edge soon but i was wondering if this was normal..or if their was a way to get it repaired? or if i should just send it back all together thanks!

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if it is the the joint where the two ends of the edge material meet then its normal.

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if it is the the joint where the two ends of the edge material meet then its normal.
Almost certain that's what it is

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how big is the gap of the joint where the metal edges meet usually?

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I can stick my finger nail in all of mine but I don't have an exact distance for you

Post a pic if you're thinking it's to large

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yea a pic would really help us assess the severity
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unless it's anything more than that minuscule gap i'm with everyone else. it's normal, where the two edges meet.
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