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edges be trippin


hey my dumbass did this in the park the other day
what can I do to fix it and if I don't what will happen?
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You want the ghetto fix or the real fix?


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put it between 2 piece of metal and smash it with a hammer till its more flat than that and then cover the whole thing in shoo goo.

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I would just have gone with the "deliver it to the local snowboard shop technique", who usally knows what to do. Either they can do it for a small fee, or can give you some "to-do", and not "to-do".

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get a new board
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do me up with a ghetto fix so I can go shred tomorrow
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if only your board didnt have edge wrapped around the tip and tail...

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do me up with a ghetto fix so I can go shred tomorrow
Slap duct tape over it. Or put some 2 part epoxy on it then slap duct tape over it.

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Take a c-clamp to it
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I think you'd be better off just leaving it alone, start messing with it and your ptex/topsheet will separate. It's going to hurt anything, if you have any expose fiberglass gore, maybe squirt a little super glue on it.
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