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ok cool, im in woodbridge nj. When are you planning on going?
Hey NJ riders friend me. I will be at camelback and JFBB this season. I got season weekday tickets. And dude take a lesson. I longboard and picked it up quick with a 2 hour private lesson. I know they are pricey but it really helps and you will be up and riding. Otherwise it will take longer to learn. I looked at it as an investment. Lift tix are not cheap so the more actual riding and less time learning the basics the more of your ticket you are getting. Oh and I learned at Stratton VT.
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thx man, I just did. Look for it and let me know when you are going there, maybe we can go as a group, more fun I believe. Did you just said you can give lessons?
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thx man, I just did. Look for it and let me know when you are going there, maybe we can go as a group, more fun I believe. Did you just said you can give lessons?
No I don't and I am not certified. will do I will let you know when I am going to be there.
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Yo message me I found out about a deal for lift ticks rental and lessons for you!
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just did but not sure if it went through
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Btw, where can I get tools for tune up? at a reasonable price? I've been looking online but haven't found anything too promising.
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so I bought a Toko file and guide tool to tune the board myself, the thing is that it has a .5-1.0 degree and another 86,87,88 and 88 degree marks on the guide. How do I use these marks and where? I did file the base edge or the "effective edge" of the board to 1 degree but dont know if I did it right? Does anyone knows how to use this file?
Base Side Bevel File Guide Toko Ergo Race Edge Tuner | eBay

please help, planning on tuning my board tomorrow complete with wax and all.
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another question, sorry for so many but mind as well ask than make mistakes later. The Burton board I've recently got its a shawn white edition 158 directional, I was thinking if I should return it for a solomon Ace 158 twin? any thoughts?
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