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I have my old Lamar Snowboard for sale. It's in very good shape and comes with GNU bindings. It would be perfect for someone just starting out with the sport. I'm looking to get $70.

I also do standard ski and snowboard tune ups for anyone in the area that doesn't want to pay what the shops charge. $15 a tune plus $5 if you need any gouges that are repairable through PTEX in the base.
-Hand Wax
-Edge Sharpening/Deburring
-Detuning with gummy stone (if you want)
-0-5 degrees of bevel on your edges (.5 degree increments)
-Minor base repair

Just trying to make some extra cash if I can't find a winter job.
 

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Nah! I'd much prefer to have a professional in a real ski shop wreak havoc with the camber by running it over a machine till the sparks could light off one of those Amazon rain forest fires on a survivor show.

Hint, most shops do more harm than good to those hot stix you just spent far too much money for.

Keep a Chinese kid happy in a sweat shop and buy K2 :D

You won't detune with a diamond if you keep it at the same bevel but it will get wicked sharp and smooth.
 

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1) Gummy stones and diamond files are completely different things.
2) My current board was less than $250 so idk what you're talking about.
3) I don't let shops touch my equipment anymore after they told me my board will only take 35 minutes to tune. I wonder how much they overheated customer equipment.
 
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