Surfboard Repairs

Discussion in 'Surfboards and Surfboard Design' started by davidsurfny, Oct 3, 2016.

  1. davidsurfny

    davidsurfny New Member

    Oct 3, 2016
    Hi Everyone! I just bought a Torq 8' mini longboard and discovered there is a scratch on the top. It's about 3/4" long and 1/32" wide. I think it's just the top layer, the shield skin?, that is scratched and the layer beneath it is intact which I believe is the biaxial fiberglass layer.

    I'm wondering if this is something I need to repair? an if so, what should I use to repair it? Is it better to repair it to prevent it from getting worse and water getting into the foam core?

    Thank you so much!
  2. antoine

    antoine Well-Known Member

    Mar 10, 2013
    First of all welcome to the forum.
    Theres gonna be some rights of passage here and some hazing that is a ritual.
    Post all nudes of your wife and tell us about your dog and what you can bench.
    It looks like your from NY so that counts against you ( just kidding bout that ).

    You bought a torq? Well lets see here... thats an eps and a poor choice of board but your repair should be simple since it's a pos just get some sun cure and and buff it after it hardens like your cock after binge watching porn hub. Seriously get a new board and tell us about yourself. You can't expect us to welcome you in with our loving arms ( unless your into bondage) then we know a guy who can get you on a proper stick but it will cost you. How do you feel about duct tape and sodomy?

    Do you have any secret spots to tell us about? do you know Donald Trump? can some of us come visit you?
    Do you like peanut butter? whats your favorite whiskey?
    do you get high?

    Anyway I hope my advise helps and I look forward to hearing back from you. But seriously' post them pics, we all do it!
    Welcome aboard

  3. Barry Cuda

    Barry Cuda Guest

    ^^^ This surely beats anything I can do......
  4. yankee

    yankee Well-Known Member

    Sep 26, 2008
    It's always impressive to witness a Forume sage work the welcomme waggon magic :cool:
  5. Agabinet

    Agabinet Well-Known Member

    May 3, 2012
    Leave it alone. Or put a sticker on it. 'Nuff sed.
  6. 3rdperson

    3rdperson Well-Known Member

    Mar 14, 2014
    the most difficult part of ding repair is cutting the sticker into a hydrodynamic shape...
  7. Agabinet

    Agabinet Well-Known Member

    May 3, 2012
    "the most difficult part of ding repair is cutting the sticker into a hydrodynamic shape..."