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bboozer 06-05-2013 3:49 PM

Wakeboard edge repair
What would be the best way to repair a slightly damaged edge? I was thinking that a fiberglass repair kit for a surfboard, bit then they have fiberglass and epoxy kits.... It is a 2011 Murray Nova core with a slight chip on the the tail....

d_h_wake 06-05-2013 4:04 PM

Or Suncure works great!!! Dries pretty much instantly in the sun

stephan 06-05-2013 7:50 PM

Superglue can also be very effective. Larger repairs get the surfboard kit.

PatVA 06-05-2013 9:09 PM

dude just invest in a Slingshot board............=]

Dustfarter 06-05-2013 9:47 PM

Well I just repaired the edge of my SS Shredtown ( yes they fail too) with some high tensile marine epoxy. The kind you have to mix with a catalyst. Let it dry overnight and sand smooth. I took a beating at the cable and has held up great. Didn't even chip a bit.
I've also found liquid nails to be very effective as it will flex with your board. It's a PIA to deal with though.

HypeWar 06-05-2013 9:50 PM

Hey Billy, sent you a PM.

austin 06-06-2013 11:14 AM

I used painter's tape and epoxy to fill in a chip in the edge of my board.

dyost 06-07-2013 8:07 AM

Marine epoxy, the kind you mix

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