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I'm thinking about buying this board. Morrow Killer Loop with Bindings --- Great condition!!! Does anyone have any experience with one of these boards, or at least know anything about them. The guy said it was 3 or 4 years old, ridden for one season and has been hanging in his garage since. I'm not worried about the binders cause I probably won't use them, but the board is what I'm interested in. IS this a good deal? Should I go for it? Thanks in advance for any help and info!

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It's not a "killer" deal, but not a bad one...

You might want to do some research on that board and see if it has a substantial set back on it. Looking at those bindings and wondering if they're centered makes me kinda cringe... Looks like a big mountain stick with a huge setback, and you being from DC, that wouldn't be good unless you have your own private stash of steeps and POW.

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It's not a "killer" deal, but not a bad one...

You might want to do some research on that board and see if it has a substantial set back on it. Looking at those bindings and wondering if they're centered makes me kinda cringe... Looks like a big mountain stick with a huge setback, and you being from DC, that wouldn't be good unless you have your own private stash of steeps and POW.
Lol! I'm from Washington state, not DC. But yeah, I was a little worried about the set back on it too.

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