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01-06-2012 04:13 PM
Nivek
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Originally Posted by customsunday View Post
Does anyone know what the fflex rating is on the burton verdict 2010/2011 model snowboard. Its not really a big deal, I'm just curious of what it is. Also, I am thinking about detuning the edges tonight as I am going to the hills tomorrow to rride. I know that you use a steel file to do it and then the gum stone afterward. But I don't have a gum stone so would it be alright to use a high grit sandpaper to sand of the burs afterwards? Thanks
If you have a yard with like river rocks that honestly what i used to use as a "buffer" on my edges. Id actually bring that to work with me too at the shop... A smooth river rock is great.
01-06-2012 02:51 PM
customsunday
Burton verdict 2010/2011 model flex?

Does anyone know what the fflex rating is on the burton verdict 2010/2011 model snowboard. Its not really a big deal, I'm just curious of what it is. Also, I am thinking about detuning the edges tonight as I am going to the hills tomorrow to rride. I know that you use a steel file to do it and then the gum stone afterward. But I don't have a gum stone so would it be alright to use a high grit sandpaper to sand of the burs afterwards? Thanks

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