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5th March 2013, 02:32 PM #15
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- Nov 2006
- nice house with horses, cats dogs, and bride. USA
on this point Paul & Leto said, yes post photo of larger area, & board itself.
What this appears to me is,this is the bottom of the board, and then the rail, the WOOD from what I observe is on the bottom, extends TO the rail but is not ON around the rail.
forget the wood as well, the carbon will make it stiffer, but in this amount//area is not worth any worry. If you would remove a larger area than is necessary then wood could be apossibility, the Starboard site shows .6mm of Australian Pine.
you will need to be careful and use a slow cure epoxy, so it doesn't heat the PVC core, otherwise it will melt. You may need to add small amounts of epoxy and let cure, I would put either carbon shards/ bits & pieces or fiberglass in with the epoxy. You need to add enough on the top layer as you will sand away most to blend into the outline
To maintain some integrity you will need to overlap into the sound areas, to me this will have the most likely recurrence of damage to the repair
The PVC sometimes will change color to yellowish when exposed to water , you need to repair any damaged areas.its not the Arrow
its the Indian........ UTE Indian
its hard to dance
with the devil
on your back......help me Florence
6th March 2013, 05:03 PM #16
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- Feb 2013
Yer i would fibre-glass it , small cracks use doctor ding . I love my JP boards but if i have one criticisum of jp its their abit soft . Shame they cant be made by the guy at Witchcraft ? have you guys seen the vid of him hitting the board with a hammer ? excellent , do that to a jp your have three new boards , lol, .
Last edited by big wave dave; 6th March 2013 at 05:05 PM.