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Old 14th November 2008, 07:43 AM   #9
Mike T
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You could attempt the repair It might not be to bad but it depends on how skilled you are and if you have the right tools. Like Kennatt said, the glass work is easy the finish work takes time and not so easy to make it look new again. I would contact Roberts Custom boards and have them repair it. Especialy since the board is so new. Also after you get it repaired get a foam nose guard to protect the nose in the future. Starboard makes them and so does Northshore Inc. in Hood River That way if it does take another hit it will not be as bad and it's easy to get the foam pad off to do another repair if need be. Good Luck Mike
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