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I am planning to make a training board to use at home, something like the snowboard addition training board. I got a old 160cm snowboard for $10.
The problem I have is that the 160 board is too long/wide and heavy to be used, and it is very noisy if I use it on my garage floor (concreate) or the edge will damage my carpet.
I am wondering if it's possible to cut the board shorter (as I usually ride 151-155cm) and cut off the metal edge. Anyone has done it or any suggestion.

Thanks in advance.
 

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Before you chop it up.
Could you tell me what it is?
I may want to trade you a smaller more appropriate board?

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it is a gnu high carbon, probably 2006 or so based on the graphic. The board itself is in an OK condition.
Normally I'd say don't chop it up.
You should never chop up a board unless it's a beer promo board.
Especially a gnu, made right by me only in America.
Chop away

TT
 
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