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09-15-2008 06:10 PM
BurtonAvenger Just jib some rocks that seems to work well for me.
09-15-2008 05:50 PM
caseyjones yea you do the tip and tail contact points and in between your feet depending on the amount of jibin you do. i just take a grinder to my edges and pretty much round em inbetween my feet.
09-15-2008 04:44 PM
Nivek do the standard detune you should do with every board (the edges at and just after the widest point of your board throuhg the round of your nose and tail). after than, depends on what you want to use the board for.
09-15-2008 02:49 PM
squishydonut
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Originally Posted by BadMojo View Post
I just bought a '07 Rome Machine. It comes with a 3 degree bevel, which seems pretty high. Should I detune it any more?
do u mean tip & tail?
09-15-2008 02:31 PM
BadMojo
Detune or not?

I just bought a '07 Rome Machine. It comes with a 3 degree bevel, which seems pretty high. Should I detune it any more?

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