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Old 07-30-2013, 11:18 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Well the ti.e has come to sell all my fun boards. I am restricted to just making some nice turnz from now on. Basically I had a bad fall rock climbing and now have plates and screws in my knee that cant take a lot of abuse and pressure. So enough of the sob story and on to thd good stuff.

2010 arbor draft 153. 175.00. This board has at most been used a total of 20 times. I tore my meniscus and slighty broke my right knee the first year I had it and have been recovering the lasr couple years so it has only had minimal use with no rail use or large kickers. The board has a few small scraps in the base but nothing bad. Also it wS always used on good snow days and not on days where the znow cover was thin.

Burton low back bindings 50.00. These have been on the arbor since day 1. They really are awesome bindings I just have no use for them anymore. These are black bond ladies style(silhouettes of naked women)

Rome artifact 100.00. This was a back up board very little uze. This is a pre reverse camber board but it does have the brass edges so you can be hook free on rails.

I will trade these for a set of split board bindings if you have them. Thanks for looking Mike
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Old 07-30-2013, 12:37 PM   #2 (permalink)
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can you post pictures of the arbor for me please
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I can get close ups of the base if you would like. but there are no gauges or deep scraps. basically fairly new board that was only used on good snow days. and with my previous injury and the bad winters we have had here in the mid atlantic the last few years I just havent been able to use it as much as I would have liked. I am switching back to my A frame and just carving from now on.
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