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Hey guys
I got my board injured by some rocks while doing off-piste in my local resort.
Wondered if you guys could tell me how bad it is, and how I should treat it.
Also, how much should such a treatment cost?
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what board is that and base?
i think ptex can salvage it but not sure if you are experienced enough. if not a $15 fix from a local board shop should do the trick
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Ptex that shit before BA gets in here.
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what board is that and base?
i think ptex can salvage it but not sure if you are experienced enough. if not a $15 fix from a local board shop should do the trick
how can someone not be experienced enough to melt some plastic into a hole then scrape it off? My autistic brother could do that shit.
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Ptex that shit before BA gets in here.
WAH I got a tiny mark on my board.


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how can someone not be experienced enough to melt some plastic into a hole then scrape it off? My autistic brother could do that shit.
first of all, if what you are saying is true then no board shop in the world would offer that service in their shops ...

noob's don't know where to buy ptex
noobs don't know how to melt ptex on without getting carbon all in it
noobs don't have proper tools or know how to scrape it off appropriately
combination of above reasons can lead to the ptext falling off after a few trips down the mountain
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Noobs should at least try to search these forums or google for answers.
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Noobs should at least try to search these forums or google for answers.
True but I wonder how many relevant results you'd get if you searched for "injured board".
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How about a less vague search such as "Snowboard base repair"

About 137,000 results
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Noobs should at least try to search these forums or google for answers.
I don't disagree
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