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Did I kill my board

Did I kill my board

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BuzzzedLiteYear

The only time your board is dead is when it’s broken in two pieces. Ride it till it dies dies. Unless it’s a dh board haha


throwaybice

:O ok just don’t want my trucks to come flying off mid-ride


Angel_lbdr

https://youtu.be/hO3Z8bJJkhs maybe this would help


throwaybice

Thanks looking at it right now!


theprez42

Yes and no Just be cautious ride with that side in the back


DankDaddyPatty

Nothing a bit of JB weld can’t fix (this is a joke plz don’t beat me up)


HaV1nG15sueS

Can't say from the angle, but I wouldn't be downhill riding on that. Drop-through decks are notorious for this. Sometimes you get lucky with the cracks, and sometimes a little jolt could be what kills it.