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01-30-2011 01:55 PM
threej21 like above said, very easy fix...just happened to me, and after 20 secs of internet searching i came across this, followed it, and now my board is as good as new

YouTube - De-lam Repair
01-30-2011 01:29 PM
brianxsuh so should i just epoxy the peeling part back on to the board and clamp it so it stays?
01-30-2011 08:29 AM
fredericp64 Marine-grade epoxy and a clamp.

Or you could just cut the thing off and put the epoxy if you don't care about looks.

Easy fix.
01-29-2011 08:13 PM
brianxsuh
Chip on board

I just recently got my board and my friend slammed into my board when i was sitting and he was going out of control with his skis. I did some research and i was wondering if i should just epoxy this. If i do epoxy this, should i keep the peeling part on or off. Please tell me what i should do because this never happened to me before.

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