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Doing a base grind in my shop?
Is there any way I can sand my bases without takin them to a real ski shop. I dont know if there is some kind of sand paper I can use or what?
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you need a base structureing tool for that...take it to a shop and get your bases flattened it will come out much better than sandpaper....
some 80 grit will do the job
I know the swix rep and I asked a similar question. He said you can file the bases down but it takes forever
Ski Hard Because You Only Live Once.
my friend uses his wet belt sander. works pretty well
"if all your friends jumped off a clif would you?" -my mom "i would if there was snow on it" -me
also love having to ask the chubby 14 year old girl with no self esteem how much she weighs.
hey, if you dnt wana tell me youre weight, i cant fit you into a real nice snowboard.-Albino
no dude dont use sand paper you'll ruin your skis. If oyu dont already have one get a steel brush and do 15-20 hard passes from tip to tail. It works great for structuring you ski
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