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Waxing & Tuning

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I was watching a video on Burton's web site about waxing. It showed the guy hitting the bottom of the board with sandpaper on a wooden block (just making a few passes with it) It did not say what grit sandpaper he was using, but what is the purpose of this? It seems like that would just rough up the surface you're trying to make smooth.
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Sorry for moving your thread, but since we have a tuning forum why not use it? The cool part is that one of our tuning guru's has answered this question in another thread post here. (drumroll please - the answer is to ensure base flatness). Of course, if you're a gear freak, you can use a true bar to check base flatness.
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