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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 01-03-2011, 07:23 PM Thread Starter
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Do i need to ptex?

Not sure whether this needs to be ptexed or not

Not deep enough to be considered a core shot, but a little deeper than most scratches I've had.






I'm pretty new to snowboard repairs so any advice is appreciated

thanks guys
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I would leave it alone, especially because it's a length wise scratch. I a have 4 or 5 scratches on my SL that look almost identical to that.
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you can fill it if you want. not necessary though. if you wax it, it'll disappear until you ride it.
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nah thats not really worth the trouble... if your really serious about shit like gaining a half a mph then sure go ahead but since its lengthwise its fine id just leave it

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