ChillyWilly wrote:Those are really nice. I will order one whenever i get the money, or for christmas...
But i only have one question about them, how good is the grip? that was an enormous problem with my hebert.
I am also looking forward to getting some good footage and sending in a video.
white wrote:wow im so pissed i shouldnt have wasted my money buying a premeir and got an ambition, it just got snow and i got to try out my new 07 issac hebert for the first time.my board was riding smooth nice control, grip was pritty bad tho(no matter just put on differant shoes) but when i came in after like an hour of dinking anround on my board not doing much just trying some ollies kickflips heels tryed some varials and so on, i noticed that MY GRIP ALREADY IS PEELING OFF! AFTER 1 FRICKING hour! SOO... i bet in a few more days of riding my grip will be raped compleatly.
im not mad at premier itself but how they ship out things that dont last more then a day! and i cant get anouther board witch would proably be a abmition becuse my faith in premier is shot, but that cant happen becuse my father wont let me use his creadit card over the internet and i got my board over the inter net with my friend who proably wont let me do that again. but hes getting grip for his board right now and i dont want to buy a new grip and risk that theres more problems with my PREMIER BOARD and waste more money, soo what do u guys think i should do?
MPLS wrote:@ white: Here is how you fix the grip problem:
1. Peel the entire grip surface off the deck, and scrape whatever residue that you can get off of the wood, then lightly sand.
2. Buy some Super 77 spray adhesive from your local hardware store - whatever brand is good price
3. Now (with grip off) you have the option to coat your deck with a polyurethane or other sealant to further protect it past Premier's half-assed sealant attempts.
4. After sealent fully dries or after step 2, use the spray adhesive to cover the wood deck and under side of the grip
5. *Critical Step* Make sure the adhesive is aggresively tacky before you slap the grip back on.
6. Wait a day for everything to cure correctly, then go ride.
7. Buy only high quality snowskates in the future.
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