Next up...sand down the epoxy. I got a plastic bond epoxy that will flex and is good down to -20 degrees or something like that. I can tell already that it will need some touch up, but so far pretty easy to work with. Cant report on durability until this coming winter.
Then...the topsheet will be going away in place of something...probably matte black. Just something simple, well done, and deadly looking. Will definitely be the only one on the hill.
Thanks! Im rather partial to it. She still needs a lot of work. Downside to an old used board. Still lots of camber left in it. But...the base needs some work. Theres a bolthole that was pushed through by use of too long a bolt. Need to grind that down. Also a small blown edge near the nose that I will have to repair.
Upside...I can cut it with little guilt and wont care how big a rock I encounter with it!
Its an old Never Summer. Its built like a fuckin tank. Wont take much to fix and anticipate it will still jam pow and groomers alike with aggression.