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Forum Manual snowboard

I have a 150 Forum Manual up for grabs. I bought this last season but it is a 09/10 board. I have literally used it only 7 or 8 times because I just decided to ride my Forum Eddie Wall pro board. It's a great jibbing board thats true twin with regular camber and metal nose and tail on the base for anti-bash. The only problem I have had with this board is that about the sixth time I rode it my edge caught on a rail and busted the edging in. The base popped up but I brought it in into a local shop and they fixed that up with epoxy and it works perfectly fine. Then the 8th time it happened again and got it p-textd and now its solid. If you have any questions or comments just let me know. Thanks.
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