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02-28-2014 08:44 AM
zk0ot by feel is an inconsistant way to go about this.
get a base beveler and throw a 3 degree base bevel on there. you could probably go more but start there. remember you cant put it back on
02-28-2014 08:41 AM
How much should I detune my board?

I hope I put this in the right forum. Anyway just picked up a 2014 Ultrafear FK and the edges are razor sharp. I ride 80% park and 20% the rest of the mountain. And about 70% of that park riding is on rails and jibs and shit. Anyway how much should I detune my board? By that I mean what should the edges feel like when I run my finger across it. I still want to be able to hold an edge especially since I live in the east and there's some ice up here. Also if anyone has any tips on how to make detuning easier and quicker let me know.

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