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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 08-29-2010, 01:32 PM Thread Starter
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Stairmaster extreme or PBJ LTD

ok so i have a chance to buy a 157 stairmaster extreme w/ boots and union bindings for like 200 bucks ORRRR buy a brand new DC PBJ LTD 153 for alittle more, what you guys think?

im trying to do the whole freestyle thing so im thinking the 157 is gonna be too big for that and its used...the DC is brand new but no bindings or boots but i have those things...UGH!! im leaning more towards buying DC but just wanted to see what you guys thought??
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i have the 2010 PBJ raccoon and its a very well rounded board. i ride the 154, its perfect for park and a little bit of sidecountry. board flexes well, has good pop, and its light. only problem i have with this board is that its a little thinner in the nose and tail then i like, it rides powder pretty well but not as good as a board with wider tips. the base holds up and is fast. nothing really wrong with the board other then its a little skinny. i just bought a new gnu street 154 btx so i am super excited to see the difference...but all in all the pbj is a good little board and its price is well worth it.
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how big are you? 157 is a pretty big board and definatly deifferent then the 154
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I am 180 lbs and wanting to do more freestyle

but i went with the DC one cause i couldnt pass it up for the price so we will see how it goes haha
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i am about 170-175lbs 5' 8 and 154 is the perfect board for all my needs...157 is too big and 152 is a noodle, but i loved my 152 street series.
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