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08-24-2011 01:49 PM
jdang307 Who doesn't have a beaver pelt laying around. All you need is a European girlfriend ...
08-24-2011 01:43 PM
Zak how the fuck...?

why would anyone even try that in the first place?
do you have beaver pelts just laying around your house?
08-24-2011 02:04 AM
Ballistic A beaver pelt will act as a scratch barrier ,, it sounds odd, i know,,, but it works
08-23-2011 04:23 AM
craig-b
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Originally Posted by Zak View Post
which are covered by the very same discs anyway.


if people are really worried about the board's appearance on their wall, then just leave the disc screwed in loosely. bam, covered.
Exactly! People are so anal!
08-22-2011 06:39 PM
Zak
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Originally Posted by craig-b View Post
The only scrapes i get on my top sheet from my bindings is from the disk you mount them with.
which are covered by the very same discs anyway.


if people are really worried about the board's appearance on their wall, then just leave the disc screwed in loosely. bam, covered.
08-22-2011 05:41 PM
craig-b The only scrapes i get on my top sheet from my bindings is from the disk you mount them with.

Other than that, no marks and what not.
07-28-2011 09:32 AM
vaporizer82 yes use rubber gasket. you can get it at hardware stores in the plumbing section. it is a thin peice or red rubber that comes in little sheets. just put yout binder on it and trace the shape cut it out and there you go no scratches on the top sheet.
07-19-2011 09:26 PM
NWBoarder Use the Gaskets if you still have them, otherwise, just mount the bindings and ride. It's not like you'll be looking at that part of the board anyway.
07-19-2011 08:09 PM
Qball Don't worry about the scratches from the bindings, it just a snowboard. Put the binding on and ride
07-19-2011 01:22 PM
jdang307 Hmm, now that you mentioned it, my K2 uprises came with a gasket/foam thing and I never knew what it was for, and their instruction were shit. I just looked it up and one feature for the Uprises is a
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• Harshmellow gasket under the chassis isolates vibration• Reduces rider fatigue• Absorbs harsh landing impact
When I had to adjust my bindings it bothered me a little that it scratched the shit out of my new SL but that lasted all of two seconds because it was going to get beat up anyway. But still I like it to be clean before my first run.

Now I know, I have to cut out those two gaskets hopefully I didn't throw them away. Plus they add additional dampening which isn't too bad.
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