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    great job!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ZapBulletRider
    somebody needs to archive this thread before it gets any more of these ^
    There's enough info. in this thread. I think someone should move it to Old Thread FAQ.
    Last edited by Jim Gordon; 02-25-2009 at 08:51 AM.
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    One last thing. If you don't have any actone or you run out, rubbing alcohol works almost as good to remove epoxy as actone. That's all I use, and it's a lot cheaper.
    Last edited by Jim Gordon; 02-25-2009 at 08:53 AM.
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    ok here are some pics of it. i know it doesnt look bad now, but i know that these kind can spread very quikly and ultimately demise my skimboard! ahh!



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    sorry for the size, didnt klnow they would come out that big...when i was outside taking pictures of the board, i realized it was really nice out. see.
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    very impressed and helpfull

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    hmmm, i wouldnt dremel it, just prepare the area you are filling/glassing my sanding it. Epoxy sticks better to rougher surfaces. You could probably glass around the rail if you feel its neccesary, but fiber-filled resing would work fine. Just remember to sand the area and a little bit of the surround area for the best adhesion.
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    that's similar to the split that accompanied the nose hole on my friend's board that I fixed. What I did on that one was took a knife and dug out any sand, then filled with resin and used a clamp. See the clamping done in J-gordon's "Repairing a wood board" thread in the FAQ section. It'd be pretty much the same thing. You could even use one of the 5-min epoxy tubes for a job like that.

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    If you can clean out the crack and get it to lay down flat by just pushing on it lightly, you may not need a C -clamp. A C-clamp sometimes can be a over kill, just fill the crack with a small amount of epoxy (use a knife or razor blade to work in the epoxy, and use masking tape to hold it down. Only if needed use a C-clamp.
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    for stuff like that i usually just fill it with epoxy
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    that helps a lot

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    If you show a pix of your damaged board, it might be best not to show the logo or tell the name brand of the board.
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