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|03-10-2014 09:30 PM|
seems like you hit where the two ends of the edge meet.
should be able to repair and since its on nose/tail its not too bad.
|03-10-2014 07:25 PM|
Originally Posted by boball View Post
never gonna flame someone riding PA golf courses, bravo! shit happens....
|03-10-2014 06:59 PM|
|sclogger||Yeah that's a pretty good shot there. Make iit a swallow tail, your halfway there!|
|03-10-2014 06:50 PM|
|boball||looks like I can't take it to the repair shop until this weekend, is that alright?|
|03-10-2014 06:48 PM|
Originally Posted by ksup3erb View Post
Nah!! No flame throwing for that!! Real newbie with real damage? Splinters is real damage, even if it does end up being fixable!!
We save the napalm for the folks crying about itty bitty topsheet scratches! Hell, seeing that type of ding on any of my boards would have me concerned enough to ask!
Hope it works out for you!
|03-10-2014 06:14 PM|
you lucked out with the placement...just a flesh wound
imo, diy...take your time, clear away those splinters with a razorknife, tap the edge strait, epoxy, sand
|03-10-2014 06:06 PM|
|Eat Sleep Shred||The DIY guy in me says epoxy and a few clamps in the right places will fix her right up. If you search for "Snowboard edge repair" a few guides will show up. But since you're new, you might just want to run it by the shop and see if they'll let you watch them work on it. I watched a few guys fix up my stuff when it wasn't busy. Good learning experience.|
|03-10-2014 06:03 PM|
Originally Posted by francium View Post
|03-10-2014 06:02 PM|
|francium||most good board shops should be able to repair it other than that clamp it back together epoxy it and then sand it down.|
|03-10-2014 05:59 PM|
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