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bumb on deck?

so i was waxing my board and i saw a small bump very small right under were my binding screws are.. i gusse i tighted them to much? will this effect the board or somethin?

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what is a 'bumb'??


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hahaha my bad. i ment bump
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are you sure it's not just an imperfection in the topsheet? my brand new zeppelin has a couple little inverted nipples on it. does the topsheet look stressed?


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no the top sheet looks fine
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are your bindings loosened when you are waxing?


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ya i take them off.
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oh. i gotcha. on the base. i don't see how "over-tightening" could cause that since there inserts are one piece. over-tighting will cause the insert to break free from the cement that holds it in and spin when you try to tighten it. i have noticed there are dimples on my cheapest board, but they are very subtle and below all of the inserts...even those i have never used.


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