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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 11-28-2009, 04:22 PM Thread Starter
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hey, was wondering what a good quality snow tool would be? was considering the bakoda bentley or demon toolshed stomp. thanks!
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burton bullet tool. its fairley good
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This is what I keep in my bag at all times -

DAKINE SHOP DRIVER-Eternal Snow

But if you want something more compact i recommend one of the following -

DAKINE TORQUE DRIVER-Eternal Snow

DAKINE STUBBY DRIVER-Eternal Snow
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thanks. only i have flow binders, n its pretty hard 2 get under there with these long-er ones. i was thinkin of even bringin a sk8 tool
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The only burton product i own... the burton zip tool. barely feel it in your pocket. not bulky like those ratcheting driver tools.
http://media.rei.com/media/881022.jpg

BUCK FURTON
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they're all pretty much crap and all the same

burton bullet tool is decent but holy fuck is it ever heavy

i went to radioshack, looked around in the back where all the phone cords and shit like that is and got a little tool thing there that can hold 4 standard bits, can be put on a keychain, and can fit into a small pocket

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The one ball jay pocket screwdriver has been my favorite driver so far..

It's better then the Dakine because of the little wheel on the shaft, and the tool seems to work a little more freely. The little wheel thing on the shaft makes it easier to unscrew screws faster once you've broken them loose. It's kinda hard to explain in text, but the one ball jay pocket screwdriver is seriously sick.

I actually lost my one ball jay one and rebought a dakine screwdriver that's just like it, but the dakine one sucks.... I also throw it in my jacket and ride with it.
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Just discovered the one ball jay skull stomp pad that holds a screwdriver and small wrench in it... That's pretty tempting to get for quick on mountain tighten ups and such
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Check out this cool feature for getting at your binding hardware:
BLUEBIRD Wax THE STRANGER TOOL
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Dont get the bentley, heavy as shit. Pretty big and the day i discovered it too had a pipe in it the fucking thing broke. Fuck that p.o.s.

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