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Ok, thanks Phil
That's not my question. I've used epoxy resin to fix the ding but there is the surrounding area which had been sanded lightly. Does this need a stain or anything to protect the bare wood around the ding which had been sanded?
Timbertek Ding Repair -SandingGuys, I cracked the nose on my BP and had it repaired. My repair guy did a great job but he had to sand back the wooden laminate on the edge of the repair in order to get a smooth finish and blend in the epoxy. Now there is bare/sanded wood and I'm worried it will let in water. Is there a coat of wood oil or laminate I should put on to prevent water soaking into the wood where it has been sanded??
Thanks in advance,
Awesome guys, thanks. Goo gone it is! I already pulled it off and yeah, I noticed when I moved the back foot up a little it drove a lot better. I really like using that kick to push into turns so a half inch further will make all the difference. Likewise, I'm using it as quad all the way so no need for centre fin... Thanks for your help! These boards are sealed under the wood, right? Do I need to worry that I pulled any laminating coat up with the pad??
Removing traction pad on TimbertekHey guys, just got a nice little technograin baked potato... I did put the tail pad right up by the plug though and realised its way too far back, actually behind the rear fins and need to change it up... Is there anything I should know now that I've pulled it off? Can I use acetone on this beautiful piece of work? Likewise, pulling the tail pad off, is there a coating or anything that may come off with it?? Any help is appreciated, I want to look after my new stick!!
Ok, thanks. The 2.5 thickness is more than I'm used to so I'm thinking it may be a little more forgiving all round. Anyone else experience in this department? Would you go with a custom alternater then??
Oh yeah, there is also a Flexfire which is 6'4 x 18 and 3/4 which would be great dimensions but is a round tail. I guess I want to know if the Flexfire is as good all round as a Alternator would be if I got it custom in the same dimensions...
Standard Flexfire or custom Alternator?Hi guys,
I ride slightly fuller boards with a and am looking at getting my first FireWire. Here's te thing, I am looking at getting a 6'4 as my regular shortboard but the alternator is way too wide. My current board is a polyester 6'4x18 and 3/4.
I like the dimensions of the Flexfire 6'4x19x2.5, but am wondering if this will be too refined through the tail and nose. Would this board be much different to an alternator if I ordered the alternator custom with the same dimensions?
I still want a board that I can use in a variety of conditions shoulder high and above likes existing poly which is getting tired..
Thanks, your help is appreciated!