How To Replace Snowboard Edge
Learning how to replace a snowboard edge is a great skill to have. Replacing a snowboard edge can be expensive and can take time away from your boarding. Learning the skill of replacing a snowboard edge will keep your snowboard in a better condition and is also useful for making a little extra cash. Replacing the edging on a snowboard takes few tools and no time at all. This article will explain the steps to replace the edge on a snowboard. Read below for the process of replacing edging on a snowboard.
Things you will need to do this:
- Snowboard edging
- Snowboard tool or flat head screw driver
- Rubbing alcohol
How to replace edging on a snowboard:
- Using the snowboard tool or flat tip screwdriver, gently pry under the edging at any point. Work around the perimeter of the snowboard, removing the edging along the way. Once all the edging is remove, discard it.
- Wet the towel with the rubbing alcohol and use it to clean around the edge. Be thorough and dig into the grooves. Allow a few minutes to dry. Beginning at the toe of the board, apply a small amount of epoxy in the groove.
- Work the edging into the side of the snowboard over the epoxy. Place epoxy in front of the edging as you work around the snowboard. When complete, use the towel to pie down and clean around the edging. Allow forty-eight hours for the epoxy to adhere and dry.