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hi, I'm sure this is somewhere in the forum but i don't want to search...got a new rome snowboard and was wondering if i needed to detune it. the edges feel sharp but i heard rome detunes all their new boards. thanks in advance for the help
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Jib some rocks that will take care of those pesky sharp edges.
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Jib some rocks that will take care of those pesky sharp edges.
Dammit you took the words right out of my mouth!

I tend to go round kicking trees and leaving my edges to dull, then you soon find out on a cold spring morning when the slush has frozen that your board is detuned!

Anyway I think it depends on what your board is from their range?
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With any new board it's always a good idea to run a file down the edges once or twice.

If you are all about rails then dull the ish outta them.

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