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Old     (tarek)      Join Date: Jun 2011       09-18-2012, 4:12 PM Reply   
Yo dudes-

Im conducting a test to change my snowboards Positive (regular) camber to negatvie (reverse/rocker) camber.

Heard the idea somewhere and am trying it now. Ive got my board tips elevated with a flat 2x4 on each tip and have about 150lb of lead weight placed on my binding inserts. The center of the board is just touching the floor with the tips elevated giving so called (rocker) form to the board.

Im not sure how much time it will take for the boards core to retain the rocker form memory. I may just keep it the way it is until snowfall just so it stays in shape for riding.

Just something interesting to try... Ill update the thread with some pics soon!

Cheers.

 
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