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|12-17-2007 12:06 AM|
just wax it
the main time you need to be worried about scratches are by the edge
|12-12-2007 04:36 PM|
|Greg1016||Thanks a lot guys, It was listed as a 2001 model, did they have previous year models of the mountain? Seems like you enjoyed it, any more insight? I had to take a 2 year break from snowboarding because of hockey, I never had time to go, and now that I dont play any more this is my "getting back into it" board. I hope I enjoy it like you did! Peace.|
|12-12-2007 10:12 AM|
|lisevolution||wow a Ride Mountain board... I used to ride on of those like 8-9 yrs ago! Thing was awesome enjoy it! Also that scratch does not look that bad but do take better close ups when you get it and we can give you further advice on repairing it|
|12-12-2007 07:07 AM|
hahaha! that is not a bad scratch!
gouge the core.... then come back to us!
p-tex will fix that a beauty. no stress
|12-11-2007 11:13 PM|
|Greg1016||I dont think so. The thing is, its not my board YET. I picked it up off ebay, so when it gets here Ill take some more pictures. It was listed as a pretty good scratch but hopefully it isnt.|
|12-11-2007 10:07 PM|
|boarderaholic||That doesn't look deep at all...is there anyway you can make the pic a bit bigger?|
|12-11-2007 08:50 PM|
What is best to use to fix deep scratches in the base?
Hey guys, what is the best product to use to fix deep scratches in the base? I included a picture of what Im talking about, its the bottom right photo. Ive seen these base fixing products before, but what is the best?