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Old 02-13-2013, 05:41 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default I got an unusual crack on my board, how can i fix it?

I found this crack on my board, and im wondering if theres a quick way to fix it before i have time to take it into a shop..










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That thing is fucked. Hope it's under warranty.
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You need a base patch. Ask around and make sure you take it to a trustworthy shop with experience. Won't be cheap, but should be ok afterwards.
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You need a base patch. Ask around and make sure you take it to a trustworthy shop with experience. Won't be cheap, but should be ok afterwards.
+1, that's a nasty crack, needs a skilled repair, then should be ok after that.
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That thing is fucked. Hope it's under warranty.
checked on their website, doesent really look like it is.. emailed them anyways though.
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You need a base patch. Ask around and make sure you take it to a trustworthy shop with experience. Won't be cheap, but should be ok afterwards.
Whats a base patch, and how much are we talking?
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I don't think that's base patch worthy. Unsure based on pictures provided. Looks like the core has broken. How did you do it, what board is it and what camber profile does it have?
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I don't think that's base patch worthy. Unsure based on pictures provided. Looks like the core has broken. How did you do it, what board is it and what camber profile does it have?
Im not sure how i did it. Its a ride kink, reverse camber
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Im not sure how i did it. Its a ride kink, reverse camber
Well, you just made your own hybrid by the looks of it. Possibly landed heelside heavy on a rail or something solid at least.
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Definitely destroyed. I had something similar with my old Arbor Del Ray and the core was cracked aka unrepairable. Turn it into a bench.
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