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should i round my edge out???
on rails would it be bettere to round my edge
^ that is a pretty good... uhhh.. way...
When your not sure about something, just HUCK IT!
Just hit rails a few times and they'll get the shape on their own. Under normal riding, though, be somewhat dilligent on deburring the edges, even if you don't sharpen them under the boot. They can get really chewed up sometimes and it can catch.
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just round em off a little bit with a diamond or gummy stone, and just keep them clean of burs with it, this should minimize the crushing and folding effect rails have on edges
round them shits... it will help prevent cracking in the edge and pulling out, cause the edges are dull it wont grab and crack right away
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yeah, or just use cross country skis
Actually I'm planning on dulling my new Pistols a little under foot.. I think it's a smart thing to do. I dont know what I would do if I ripped my babys edge on a rail. better safe then sorry.
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yeah man definately use a hack saw
you guys are retarded. fuck yeah, if your plannin on spendin alot of time on or learning rails, round those suckers out. the difference between sharp and round edges is so noticible. the very first thin i did when i got my tms last year was make the edge round underfoot. and guess what? my edges didnt fall out. detuning skis helps minimize the impact on your edges, and makes rails (specially curved or kinked ones) way easier. what i like to do, is first run a 3 degree base bevel on the entire edge. from there, i use a file or resin backed sandpaper (from a belt sander) and round out the tips (about 5 inches from where the tip curves up, and all the way around), do the same on the tails, and detune to round underfoot. this setup leaves you with plenty of sharp edge, but it wont stick on rails, they wont dig in on butters (cause of the bevel and detuned tips), and will generally be way more fun than a ski with stright sharp or dull edges.
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