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Good deal on deburring tools?

i have none of the tools i need to do this. is there anywhere i can get good quality stuff for cheap? im poor
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Maybe you'll find some tools on www.ngshopping.com
This is my favorite site these days
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I use a wetstone from the hardware-shop, maybe that's an option. Don't know if it's really cheap though...

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Maybe you'll find some tools on www.ngshopping.com
This is my favorite site these days
I'll bet it is spammer
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i have none of the tools i need to do this. is there anywhere i can get good quality stuff for cheap? im poor
Swix Gummy Stone from Backcountry.com

I know you said $ is tight but I am extremely happy with my '11 Dakine Super Tune which includes a gummy stone along with everything else you may need to do your own tuning. Trying to part together a tune kit almost always will result in more $ then buying one already done.
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Ski Snowboard Tuning Wax Tool Kits Tognar

For some idea of prices:

Gummi Stones $4.95
Various grit Diamond Stones $9.95

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I'll bet it is spammer
Believe me I'm just a ski fan that a person who love to shop online, unfortunately these two make me spend alot...
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