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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 09-29-2010, 03:24 PM Thread Starter
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Stepchild Jib Stick RETT

Do u reccomend I get the board with RETT, or not. If you don't know what it is, it is where they pre detune the board for you.
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Well my last board I got wasn't a stepchild jibstick but it was a burton dominant and the edges on it are "rail ready", or already detuned in other words. I really like it for jibbing you don't catch as much. It's up to you but if it were me I'd get it. Good luck.


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Well ya I'm pretty sure I want it cuz my last board I detuned myself anyways, I just wanna know if itd be better if I did it myself.
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Pretty sure a factory detune would be better than doin it yourself, just sayin. Why buy one without RETT if you think you'll just detune it? Just saves you the hassle.
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