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10-20-2011 09:55 AM
BurtonAvenger Measure before it's pressed, measure after it's pressed, measure the effective edge, etc. etc.
10-20-2011 09:37 AM
chrisj
why are board sizes different?

Reading around this forum it seems like some people are saying a certain size in one manufacture is not the same as another. I think I heard a lib tech banana 157 is pretty much the same height as a never summer sl 155.

How could this be true? Doesn't the number represent the length in cm? How can a 155cm board be the same height as a 157cm board?

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