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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 07-15-2010, 01:21 AM
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Repair kit help

Well ive decided to put together a nice set of repair tools, simply because i want to do the stuff my self to save money in the long run, that and their isnt any place remotely close to tune my board for me.

I have been looking around at different tools, but just havent found a good list of stuff that i for sure need. you know the must have stuff. I already have an iron and some wax (all temp), but i still need scrappers and the Stick things. im not sure about the brushes and stuff though. the ones for cleaning the board and the ones for the finish. Could those just be picked up from like Lowes or would they not carry them? I also plan on doing my edges. So im trying to figure out the what to get as far as files, stones, brushes ect...

SO WHATS IN YOUR KIT AND WHERE IS THE BEST PLACE TO ORDER THE STUFF? I believe im going to do a 1 degree base and 1 degree side. being i live in Ohio i only have a few places to go. All parks with man made snow for the most part. I do plan on trying to hit a rail or two this year. weather it be with my board or my face. hell maybe both.

something i was wondering about is the files. are the files from like Lowes the same or NO?

This is a permade kit that i found, but i didnt know if i would be better off putting one together my self with your all's help. that way i get good stuff and not just a bunch of junk that i dont need. if you know what i mean.
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Thanks alot for any help.

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