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burton whammy bar or TWC standard

i am going to pick up a new all park board. just to be used in the park, i heard these are good, but which one is better for rails, boxes and big jumps
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Both are gonna be too soft for jumps over like 30ft. From Burton look at the Easy Livin FV or Sherlock. From less "premium" companies, try the CAPiTA Indoor FK, Signal Park, Ride Kink, Flow Era, Arbor Westmark, Forum Youngblood DoubleDog, or a Salomon Acid.

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jumps, 30 ft are about the biggest there is an my park. and i was just wondering in burton cuz i can get a good deal on one.
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