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Old 04-07-2009, 11:18 PM   #1 (permalink)
JordanD
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I recently got a new (well used, haha) board and some bindings, so i know i have to maintain it myself from now on. Ive watched the vids and done a lil research and know how to do most of the stuff (waxing, detuning, all that) but it would help if i could get a detailed list of the supplies i need, and if possible some online places to get them. Of course i know about wax and a wax iron, just not exactly sure what type.

Thanks a ton,
Jordan.
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Old 04-07-2009, 11:51 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I'd just start with a kit if I were you, that's what I did. Then just pick up whatever wax you'd like to try, just DON'T buy rub on wax (that paste crap). As far as an iron goes, I went to a thrift store and got one for $3. Try to get one that is completely flat on the bottom. Here's a link for one of those kits.
Demon Snow Pro Mechanic Tune Kit from Dogfunk.com
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