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01-16-2013 04:44 AM
kojack19 Just wanted to say thank you for everyone's guidance and input. It is much appreciated. I ended up finding a mint condition Burton Antler on Ebay yesterday for about half the retail price. Based on the description of the board and my testing Flying V it seemed like the right board at the right price.

Now I have to figure out bindings....
01-15-2013 05:55 PM
RockSteady
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Originally Posted by Leo View Post
rub it in!
haha, sorry
01-15-2013 05:54 PM
Leo
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anytime your in lake tahoe hit me up, i'm an everyday shredder
rub it in!
01-15-2013 05:49 PM
RockSteady
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No worries. Next time I'm in Incline Village, we should ride. Loved that town when I was there couple seasons ago. I want to buy a cabin there when I retire.
Anytime your in Lake Tahoe hit me up, I'm an everyday shredder
01-15-2013 05:43 PM
Leo
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Nah, you mistake simple man for a "Know it all"
When I say "Custom" I mean the custom, not the Custom X or the V but the basic but badass custom... Although I don't think it would hurt him with his abilities (he is use to riding a giant canyon on grooms) to ride any custom. Sorry for the confusion
No worries. Next time I'm in Incline Village, we should ride. Loved that town when I was there couple seasons ago. I want to buy a cabin there when I retire.
01-15-2013 05:41 PM
RockSteady Nah, you mistake simple man for a "Know it all"
When I say "Custom" I mean the custom, not the Custom X or the V but the basic but badass custom... Although I don't think it would hurt him with his abilities (he is use to riding a giant canyon on grooms) to ride any custom. Sorry for the confusion
My bad if you were not trying to sound like a know it all, I thought you sounded like one of those people who scoffs at anyone who might re-sale a board cause they got so much money.
01-15-2013 05:34 PM
Leo
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HAHA, you might wanna check customs out on ebay before you go off like a know it all... average 5 year old custom with a light beating goes for $150-$250, I'm sorry but that's a nice rebate after all those years. It is one of only a handful of boards with such high resale...
You're calling me a know-it-all when you act like you know me?

Where in my post did I say it doesn't have good resell value? In fact, you supported my "maybe if it's in good condition" with your comment... "light beating".

I was clarifying that the OP doesn't sound like he'll ever sell it.

You still didn't clarify why the Custom other than the resell value. You didn't even clarify which model of the Custom.

You just told him that he can't go wrong with the Custom. That sure sounds like a know-it-all to me.
01-15-2013 05:26 PM
RockSteady
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Which Custom and why?

Resell value? Maybe if you keep it in good condition, but I don't think OP is worried about that.
HAHA, you might wanna check customs out on ebay before you go off like a know it all... average 5 year old custom with a light beating goes for $150-$250, I'm sorry but that's a nice rebate after all those years. It is one of only a handful of boards with such high resale...
01-15-2013 05:21 PM
Leo
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Cant go wrong with a custom, resale value is also nice too
Which Custom and why?

Resell value? Maybe if you keep it in good condition, but I don't think OP is worried about that.
01-15-2013 05:17 PM
RockSteady Cant go wrong with a custom, resale value is also nice too
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