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02-01-2012 06:39 PM
Rider161 I have the Dakine Super Tune kit and use Hertel Hot Sauce Wax. Any tune kit that comes with an iron,scrapper, and a file combo is going to be good. Then if you want to go further you can pick up brushes
02-01-2012 06:11 PM
grafta Get a block of wax and an iron and call it good

Seriously though, have a look through some of the existing threads. There is def discussions on types of wax, and irons etc.
02-01-2012 05:39 PM
Newbie on this forum :)

Hi everyone I am new on this forum, I been snowboard for the last 5years average snowboarder, I enjoy it very much!

I am looking to purchase complete set of snowboard tuning Kit and recommendation? I am tire of bringing it to the shop and have to wait for 2 weeks or more!


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