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01-21-2007 11:08 AM
jtalerico What would u suggest to do then? Just glue the fiberglass back down? It isnt too bad rightnow, but if snow keeps gettin in there and moving it back it could get bad. If so what kind of glue?
01-21-2007 10:56 AM
KIRKWOOD-$LUT try rental shops
i never put them on our rental boards, because we had a damage waiver
01-21-2007 09:39 AM
jtalerico So they are called bumpers? Thanks.

Why dont you think i will be able to find them?

Only reason i want them is to stop the snow from building where the lip is pushed up a bit.
01-21-2007 01:45 AM
KIRKWOOD-$LUT u will not find the bumpers
hood luck
01-21-2007 12:31 AM
jtalerico I see your responce, but yet it does not apply to any of my questions. Thanks for the heads up. Homie.
01-20-2007 11:00 PM
KIRKWOOD-$LUT dude get over the new board looks

best way to keep board is wipe it dry after riding it
get a tune up at beginning of season, hot wax after 8 hr days
01-20-2007 09:32 PM
jtalerico
New setup

Just got a Ride board, K2 Bindings. I am pretty new to snowboarding and want to make this board last (even though it is second hand) but what is the thing called that guards the top and bottom of the board? And what brand and place online would you guys suggest buying one from?

Thanks!

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