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August 14, 2010


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Well done that looks like a real pro job.

Looks great!

Thanks, Joe! You get a share of the credit as Rotorhead came to my post via The Horse's Mouth

What kind of paint did you use, I have same board and a minor ding in the same spot that I have been ignoring for now because I don't want to deal with matching the gel coat or paint.

David, believe it or not it's just Krylon yellow spray paint. Matches exactly. I think it's smart of board manufacturers to make their boards easy to touch up...in any event that's what I'm using on the Naish.

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