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post #21 of 41 (permalink) Old 11-08-2012, 09:21 PM
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You could ptex it and just say you are 1/14 closer to having magne traction haha
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post #22 of 41 (permalink) Old 11-08-2012, 09:24 PM
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Bro's before boards.

You and your buddy can attempt the fix yourself, or take it to the local shop. He should pay the shop for the repair, which shouldn't cost that much. Your edge doesn't look damaged, you very a good chance it can be fixed.

Bouncing around on metal features these things will happen.
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Why the hell are you using a brand new board on a backyard set anyway?
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Why the hell are you using a brand new board on a backyard set anyway?
i have rented in the past and this is the only board i own
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i have rented in the past and this is the only board i own
Guess this is a lesson learned then. Do like the smart folks have said and take it to a shop.

P.S. next time buy a Craigslist cheapo board to do street rails and early season rock boarding.
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OP'er man what kinda rail did you build....
sorry but some of this is the fault of the rail !!!!!

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Aw man, umadbro.
why would he be mad over something that doesn't concern him?

he's simply working on moral grounds.
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OP'er man what kinda rail did you build....
sorry but some of this is the fault of the rail !!!!!
My dad had his mechanic at work build a rail out of 4in Square metal tubing. It is welded and it looks professional. It is not the rail
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You said he hit the rail is there an open end or something as I can't see how a rail would peel that back like that....

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You said he hit the rail is there an open end or something as I can't see how a rail would peel that back like that....
This was my thought. Be glad that was your board and not your buddies shin or something.
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