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01-07-2014 11:51 PM
freshy Is it a new board? If it were mine and new I'd fix it, if it was over say 3 years old I would probably leave it.

Yeah it's probably fine unless you can see wood in there, then break out the marine epoxy. Hard to tell if you would need a clamp too. It actually looks like you could maybe use a clamp or something to just push that back into position and clean it up a little.
01-07-2014 09:48 PM
CMCM Thanks. Since so many think it's not necessary, I will just ignore it.
01-07-2014 09:28 PM
Poop your only gonna get more as you ride
01-07-2014 09:25 PM
speedjason just ride it. it will be fine.
01-07-2014 09:20 PM
Poop i would just leave at it is
01-07-2014 09:19 PM
jdang307 Epoxy. Search the forum and you'll find instructions/techniques.
01-07-2014 09:18 PM
zoom111 Just use a decent 2 part epoxy like jb weld marine and build the shape back up to mesh into the contour of the board. You can sand it with sandpaper to make it smooth and fine tune it. Overlap the unaffected area slightly so it becomes one with the board.
01-07-2014 09:15 PM
CMCM This is the worst one. Not that big, I know, but I just wanted to check anyway.
01-07-2014 09:04 PM
zoom111 A picture is worth 1000 words... a 2 part epoxy will most likely hold up longer than glue and can be sanded smooth after it cures to smooth it out and blend into the contour. If there's a small patch that's separating then put some epoxy in the crack and squeeze it shut with a small c-clamp.
01-07-2014 09:03 PM
timmytard Caulk

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