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03-16-2014 11:00 PM
BurtonAvenger Well 1 those photos suck and 2. Looks like the boards separated the sidewall from the edge which is a pain in the ass to fix and no guarantee it's going to last more than 15 minutes.
03-16-2014 01:24 PM
Psylo
Unstuck/bent edge advices

Hey folks,

I am coming here for advice regarding my board. It looks like I hit a rock earlier this week and the edge of my board did not like it.

I went to a shop who does some repairs but they refused to take it saying that a repair was not going to last more than 15min.

I have a few more options (shops) I can visit but I also wanted to get some opinions from people who have no commercial interests in telling me that I (eventually) have to buy a new board.

This board is only 2 years old and I hope I will be able to do a few more seasons with it.

Thanks in advance for the help !

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