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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 10-18-2010, 09:17 PM Thread Starter
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Manufacturer issue - delaminating top sheets

Anyone hear or have any problems with their boards delaminating on the top sheet? I heard this was an issue on burton boards. Obiviously hard riding and running into trees will be a problem but anyone know of this being an issue at random?
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How many days are on your current board? I'm guessing it's far more likely to happen if 1) it gets used a lot, 2) it endures a lot of temperature changes during use/storage, and 3) it gets run over a lot by rude people in line . My crappy morrow has 20 days on it and no sign of wear, ridden fairly conservatively (no rocks or serious accidents causing board abuse).
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A few seasons ago the Elan factories third shift or something forgot to use resin on the topsheets with the capita stairmasters, the rome fuck can't think of the model, and a few others. When they'd hit the snow the topsheet would just coil right off. Delams happen but most are actually user error.

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