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Anyone know of anything that can repair a chip on the top edge of a ski?
Seal it off with epoxy and keep riding. They aren't a big deal, structurally speaking.
some of the higher-up's in the company are starting to realize the future of the sport 10 years from now lies in the hands of freeskiing. - Rex
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Land Shark eeee eee eee
'I had a talk with mother nature, i'm not kidding. She came into my room, we discussed it over hot chocolate' - *B$hip*
'Getting married for sex is like buying a Boing 747 to get peanuts' ~t-man152
who cares, it doesent effect performance\i got so many chips on mine
^ yeah same here... who really cares. Its gonna happpen, Its just part of the sport.
ONE WEEK WITH OUT SKIING MAKES ONE WEAK....
I have a serious problem with those. Knicks right down to the wood. Anyways i plan to use a glue gun, and in theory it should harden like plastic.
'wear them in the parking lot to protect your boots.'
-Veteran commenting on what i should do with the snowblades my dad bought me.
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