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Getting a park board with a 2.5 deg bevel...should I still detune edges

I'm about to receive a new park board with a 2.5 park bevel. I'd like to try her out on rails and boxes and such. Should I still slightly detune the tip/tail and effective edges? I still plan to take her around the mountain on top of parks.

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I'm about to receive a new park board with a 2.5 park bevel. I'd like to try her out on rails and boxes and such. Should I still slightly detune the tip/tail and effective edges? I still plan to take her around the mountain on top of parks.

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from what i've read: tip and tail, but the effective edge should be cool as-is.
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Slighty round the tip and tail, leave the rest how it is.

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