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post #1 of 20 (permalink) Old 11-11-2009, 10:06 PM
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Delamination How-to

SO its getting time for boarding season here and i figured id finally go ahead and fix my board. lol
This is my way of doing it so it might not be perfect or legitimate but here goes.

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the damage




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again



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I first cleaned the area with some rubbing alcohol.
I figured since it needed to be water resistant and durable that i would use a marine epoxy.
I used Popsicle sticks and a painters stick to get the epoxy inside.
Wax paper was a must as i didn't want epoxy sticking to the clamps.




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I used every clamp i had and every rounded piece up wood to get the curve right.





Now i just have to wait three says and check it out!!
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That board is fucked and just going to delam again even after putting that shit on it. You need 2 part epoxy and you need to mix more resin than hardener to it flexes more, but if that came into my shop I'd just say no can do it's FUCKED!


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It is a two part epoxy. Im not looking for a permanent fix, just another season, maybe two?
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i'd give it 2-5 days.


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wow how did that happen? just age?
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Even in the picture with the clamps I can still see air under the top sheet. You might get a few days out of it if you happen to chose the right adhesive.
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Wow...lot's of work...Looks like an old POS board anyways. You can score more current used boards for as little as like 50 bones if you do your homework!!!


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Time for a new board when it comes to delam. Not worth the hassle. Respect for trying though
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Wow...lot's of work...Looks like an old POS board anyways. You can score more current used boards for as little as like 50 bones if you do your homework!!!


Its carbon fiber and really light so im trying to make the best out of it. My parents aren't rich and neither am I and i just love to board, so this is my only option right about now.
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