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Old 07-25-06, 09:03 AM   #1
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Can I grind it

Can i grind wood should i use wax
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Old 07-25-06, 09:55 AM   #2
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try it and find out. thats how its done
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ok thanks for the help
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Thank you premium... it had to be done!!
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Can i grind wood should i use wax
yes u can grind wood but it depends on what it is made out of and what it is painted with. if it soft would i would exactly recamend its after awile because the wood would dent in. besides that it would be ok. i would recamend wax
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There used to be a guy at the Vans before it closed that would go around yelling at the rollerbladers and skaters for waxing everywhere, he would yell at them with a "just go faster you *******, you dont need wax"...
I found it quite ammusing.
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There used to be a guy at the Vans before it closed that would go around yelling at the rollerbladers and skaters for waxing everywhere, he would yell at them with a "just go faster you *******, you dont need wax"...
I found it quite ammusing.
I love how one of the rules at chenga 2 is absolutely no waxing of anything and if you do so and are caught you get banned from there forever.
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Old 07-29-06, 07:19 AM   #13
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wood is among the slipperiest things i have ever grinded on. goes like a rocket.
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