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    How to fix Knicks on the ski

    I have noticed that I have quite a few knicks on my ski... is there a way that I can get these fixed?

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    also scratches...

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    theres gotta be some way to like take something and put it in the spots, and then sand it out...

    and then have it be a new paint job time... and get it painted.. and it be free of knicks and scratches..

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    Ride more worry less.

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    Aha!

    why didn't I think of that..

    yeah I dreamt about skiing all last night, and was thinking... nobody will really be up close to see'em, cause from a boat or the shore its just a ski...

    and hopefully people will be thinking more like that's a SUPER FAST JET SKI !

    but eventually.. is there any way to fix them?

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    I would worry about the go fast stuff first.You can always have it fixed on the off season(if you have one)..

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    Quote Originally Posted by WATER WOODY View Post
    off season(if you have one)..

    whats that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChewsteR View Post
    whats that?
    Your funny.

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    i had some gashes in my hull from the wood breaking through the carpet on the bunks. what i did was fill on the chips with some filling and sanded it down. i bought some urethane paint and mixed it with some paint thinner in a air brush. sprayed a couple of layers on waited it for it to dry and wet sanded it down to blend in the overspray. then a couple of coats of wax with a high speed buffer and looks like new. you cant tell from far away but within 1-2 feet away and concentrating on the exact spot you'll be able to tell very little.

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