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I see people ask this question all the time and I figured I would help others who are wondering. I know there is another thread on this with pictures, but its a little confusing so I thought making this video might make it easier for some people to figure out. And yes I was bored out of my mind this afternoon haha.
nothing bugs me more than when kids demand a sticky for every helpful thread. is that really what NS has come to? it seems like there are so many shitty threads that everytime a legitimately helpful thread pops up, kids think it deserves a sticky
okay, a thread like this is actually very helpful and needs to be stickied.
im tired of people asking how to remove the riggers.
or what song should the put on theyre playlist for skiing pow.
or how they should cut theyre poles.
because most kids on here are either too stupid or too ignorant to use the searchbar they post stupid threads asking things like that, so until we start using the sticky threads to answer frequent questions like this people will keep asking them and clogging up our forums to ask retarted things that have been asked in thirty forums before theirs. \
you do have a really good point here too.
we cant sticky every thread that answers a question, we have to draw the line some where.
im just tired of going to any of the forums and seeing threads that could have easily been answered by using the searchbar.
lolwut? This post was mad informative and pretty much answered any questions someone may have on how to take apart crowbars. Threads like this which can help answer a lot of questions people may have deserve to be stickied. It should be stickied in Gear Talk forum with other threads like the boot fitting one.
the thing with goggles is when you get them you think you're hurting them because you love them and just dropped a lot of monies on them. but you soon realise you can be much rougher than you initially anticipated, get your rough on with your goggles and you'll be set.