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04-24-2014 04:39 AM
Becca M ah, ok I get it!!!!
04-24-2014 03:13 AM
timmytard I downsize 10cm or so.


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04-23-2014 08:00 PM
Mizu Kuma Along with a good Flouronated Spring Wax Job!!!!!
04-23-2014 07:38 PM
24WERD They are talking structure of base.

You want vertical brush stroke and or 45 degree stroke to pull water away from the board.

In cold temp u want smooth surface so nothing sticks.

That's the basic logist of it
04-23-2014 06:44 PM
Becca M
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Originally Posted by tanscrazydaisy View Post
What really matters is having the correct base structure
do you mean sintered vs extruded? Or do you mean stance setup?

Thanks!
04-23-2014 06:35 PM
tanscrazydaisy What really matters is having the correct base structure
04-23-2014 06:17 PM
Becca M
small or big board for spring riding?

Which is better for quick turns on steep spring snow /"spring corn"? Bigger or smaller (just got a mini board and will try that, too)?

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