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Vinyl board skins

Hi everybody....I've got a vinyl skin ordered for my board and today I was preping my board by removing the stomp pad and got to thinking about whether or not it could be re-applied or not or even it would be ok to apply on top of the new skin? I'm thinking it could possibly cause the vinyl to start lifting and possibly tear it. Anyone have a stomp pad on a wrap? and if it's ok what adhesive would I use to re-stick it. Thanks
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Probably get a new stomp pad. I doubt you'd have an easy time finding strong double sided tape or adhesive as cheap as a stomp pad from a shop.

It should be ok on a skin... not quite as good because you are relying on two layers of adhesive rather than one but don't over think it.

Maybe look for a stomp with larger adhesive surface area rather than studs...
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