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New Never Summer Evo-R 2010 155 (and a Lib Magnetraction in 156)

Hi guys,

I'm sorry guys, I learned I could exchange the NS for the 153 I wanted, so I'm doing that. But I couldn't delete the thread!

Truly sorry!

I also have a Lib MagneTraction in 156. It's number 41 of the original 500 boards Lib made to prove the concept, so I suspect it's fairly high end. Think I paid in the mid 4 hundreds. I got it in 2006 for a trip to Vail where I rode it 5 times. Rode it 3 or 4 more last year and realized it is way too much board for me. It has amazing edge hold on ice and hardpack, but it seems made to bomb the slope fast. Problem was that I was down our little hill in 2-3 minutes at which point I had time for lunch and a beer before my wife and kids caught up. I'll probably put it on e-bay in a few weeks, but does $100 sound reasonable for an East Coast Hardpac board?

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I think you're overthinking it to be honest man. I don't think you're going to notice a big enough difference with 2cm to make it worth going through the hassle.
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how much were u trying to sell the NS for? i know its no longer available.
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aghh dont mess with our heads. If you know anyone who has a 155 Never summer evo-R theyre trying to get rid of let me know.
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I'll take that LibTech from you.
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I think you're overthinking it to be honest man. I don't think you're going to notice a big enough difference with 2cm to make it worth going through the hassle.
I think you're probably right, but if Angry, who outweighs me by a couple of pounds, is likely stronger since I'm 42 and sitting at a desk all day, rides more agressively and a lot better than I do, is good on a 155, I figure going down 2cm probably makes sense. It's the flex and width that I think will change, I agree 1cm on each end should make no difference.

Oh, I was going to ask 400 for it, since I paid 410, but since I can exchange it, I'll get 410 for it towards the 153. Don't worry, you didn't miss out on a super steal.

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