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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 05-07-2012, 09:44 PM Thread Starter
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Hey I got a snow board like 9 years ago for christmas. I have used it like 10 times but don't use it anymore so I was going to sell all my stuff. I was trying to decide how much to sell it for and was looking at it to see what brand the board was and the only thing I can find on it that might be a brand name is "118" I had never heard of that brand, so I googled it and found nothing I was wondering if any of you guys had heard of that brand and could give me some info on it like if its any good or if they are a low end board. thanks
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post #2 of 5 (permalink) Old 05-07-2012, 09:49 PM
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even if it was the best board in the world it aint worth shit now.
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gotcha! I had no idea what to sell a used board for so I just thought would try to get some insight from more experienced ppl. maybe I can find some dumb kid to buy all my stuff for 100 bucks!! haha
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118 might be the length. You can probably sell it to someone who wants to try sandboarding or something.
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It'd probably be best used as a bench or something like that. It ain't worth the gasoline it'd take to light it on fire as a snowboard. Throw it up on CL for $50 or so and take whatever you can get. Or, gain a few karma points by giving it to some kid.
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