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|05-24-2012 08:23 AM|
|glm||thank you so much guess I'm getting a free fix .|
|05-24-2012 03:29 AM|
Ok, here is the best answer anyone could give you.
Check out this thread, http://www.snowboardingforum.com/eas...nd-tun-up.html
& Sign up.
Sportchek will send you 30 base grinds, full tune-ups, even core shots.
You could put it through the Pepsi challenge.
Do each of them separate just to see.
I've all ready signed up twice, I just need to make up some more email addresses.
|05-23-2012 11:08 PM|
Just take it to a good shop and ask. Or, it probably isn't effecting your ride so just leave it...
|05-23-2012 10:00 PM|
Base grind vs ptex repair
Hey guys, even though the season has been over for more than 2 months (well for me) I have been thinking about snowboarding a lot. Last trip I did was to Red Lodge Montana to visit my aunt. They had been running out of snow for the weeks before I came, and the cover was getting a little thin. The second day I was there, however it started to dump, and they got 2 feet. I went out into the glades and was having a really good time, only having been in powder a few times, when my board hit a rock. The damage was not extreme, but the scratches I got were perpendicular to the edge, and I could feel the board trying to turn while I was flat basing.I have had a lot of scratches on the board over the season, but most of them have been parallel to the edge.
So my question is: with a medium-deep scratch that does not go away with waxing, is it better to get a base grind or p-tex it?