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Hey guys, just curious how to find the center of my board if it is not labeled. The board has 3/4 of an inch of natural setback with 6 screw holes horizontaly. Probably being to technical but want to know for my own knowledge how to find it. Thanks
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Hey guys, just curious how to find the center of my board if it is not labeled. The board has 3/4 of an inch of natural setback with 6 screw holes horizontaly. Probably being to technical but want to know for my own knowledge how to find it. Thanks
What is the brand, model, and board length?
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What is the brand, model, and board length?
2009 Never summer SL-R, 155. Using a ruler, i measured the supposed center to be 19" and 1/2 from the tail to the center of the binding and 20" and 1/2 from tip to center of the binding. Not sure if its right but i gave it a shot.
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2009 Never summer SL-R, 155. Using a ruler, i measured the supposed center to be 19" and 1/2 from the tail to the center of the binding and 20" and 1/2 from tip to center of the binding. Not sure if its right but i gave it a shot.
Ahh, it's an NS! Great board. Actually I recommend calling them up. Really chill guys, super helpful. They'll tell you all you need to know about the board and you'll probably get through to them right away.

(303)320-1813

I had a question last year and the guy was pretty thorough and glad to help.
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For sure! Thanks alot dude
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