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12-21-2012 01:27 AM
snowklinger excellent thread I love these.

Thank you everyone.
12-20-2012 06:31 PM
Originally Posted by AAA View Post
With that little ding, you're just getting it broken in. BTW, the downhill guy has the R.O.W.

Yep.. If this guy was in front of you, then you were at fault. If he sped past you and quickly cut you off as he went by, then that's maybe a different story. It's like driving a car, if you rear-end someone, it's pretty much your fault no matter what.
12-20-2012 06:17 PM
AAA With that little ding, you're just getting it broken in. BTW, the downhill guy has the R.O.W.
12-20-2012 04:06 PM
nayytawnn Lmaooooo. Thanks for the replies. I'll prolly put a little epoxy on it just to be on the safe side.
12-20-2012 03:54 PM
alex12 when I read "over-reacting" in the title my first thought was that you tracked him down at the end of the run and beat the crap out of him
12-20-2012 12:28 PM
extra0 newbs are funny.

That's nothing. No water will get in that tiny scrape. I'd sand out any rough spots and just ride it (the board is already saturated in epoxy, so, unless there's raw wood showing, don't waste your time "fixing" it).
12-20-2012 11:08 AM
Krug The board now has character. Nothing worse than a board that looks like it has never been used

12-20-2012 11:00 AM
tstroh Yeah the epoxy is a good idea if you've worked with it before, otherwise I'd just let it go. It doesn't look like it's gauged anywhere into the base, just a little nick on the first few layers of your topsheet laminate. If the gauge was right between your edge and sidewall, then it'd be a different story and you'd want to seal it up, but what you have is more or less superficial. Sorry to hear it was a new deck, but it happens.
12-20-2012 10:54 AM
Originally Posted by chiveon View Post
I would throw a little bit of epoxy on that so no water gets between the top sheet. Best to be on the safe side. As for the douche, well he'll get his...don't worry about him!
+1, it only takes a few minutes to do. Not urgent.
12-20-2012 09:49 AM
BurtonAvenger Don't be a pussy sack up.
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