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 Post subject: Get your board split in time for the early season!
PostPosted: Thu Sep 27, 2007 2:45 am 
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Howdy all-

It is that time of year again, and we at Mountain and Terrain Technologies are starting to get inquiries and boards coming in. I just wanted to refresh everyone and also let new users know about our splitboard services. We provide mail order splitboard assembly. Mail us your board, and we will do the rest. We have relocated to SLC, now offer the rotational pucks as an option, and are currently ready to meet demands!

Check us out: www.mnttechnologies.com

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PostPosted: Thu Sep 27, 2007 6:29 am 
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Yo fusion,

How about we trade a split job for the free advertising? :lol:

I need to split a magne traction. (just split, no hardware, no drilling)

Lemmie know! 8)


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Free advertising? Like a permanent presence on your site? I think we can work something out... contact me offline via email...

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PostPosted: Thu Sep 27, 2007 3:28 pm 
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fusionmeat wrote:
Free advertising? Like a permanent presence on your site?


No, like advertising your services in a thread. Have you noticed Thrillhead's ad in Backcountry Magazine? You'll see a little sb.com logo. Now notice how they have free will to promote their product in threads. That's kinda how things work on internet forums, banner ad or not.


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Yeah more along the lines of what ecobrad said but its ok fusion. You do have a splitboard.com link on your site. Thanks! :)

I think the service you provide is great and wish you the best. We can talk offline re advertising and stuff.


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 Post subject: Couple questions
PostPosted: Thu Sep 27, 2007 7:08 pm 
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Looking at the customer boards on your website it doesn't appear they have metal edges down the middle. Any disadvantages or advantages to this?

Can they be added at additional cost?

Does splitting a solid board soften up the flex much?
Thank you.


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 Post subject: Re: Couple questions
PostPosted: Thu Sep 27, 2007 11:34 pm 
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Craig505 wrote:
Looking at the customer boards on your website it doesn't appear they have metal edges down the middle. Any disadvantages or advantages to this?

Can they be added at additional cost?

Does splitting a solid board soften up the flex much?
Thank you.


None of the boards posted on the site have an inside edge. We have experimented in the past with them and found that it isn't worth it or necessary (the amount of work, extra screws, and later delamination). The 90 degree edge created from the cut is fairly sufficient at making a bite and being an "edge". Anything requiring more and you should be using crampons. Many years and many boards split, and I have yet to notice a difference worth mentioning in the integrity of a home splitboard. I am sure others can attest to this. Let us know if there you have anymore questions.

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PostPosted: Fri Sep 28, 2007 12:41 pm 
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no no....


my customer boards have steel edges in the middel - it is not a secret !!!

i dont need edges in a 3 pice board - only in 2 pic s....

the secret of delamination is - the vds strip ..... ore a special glue with rubber compond ....

open you eeys and youse your brain .......



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Burton,

Do you offer split conversions as a service or just for personal use? I imagine the answer will have an effect whether steel edges makes sense or not.


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i m a privat person - only for me and good friends i split board s -
and build some carbon parts for racecars , mx airbox .....
not for big money - a box of beer and bbq ....... and what the material price is....
but my work is profi work .... my job in germany is kunststofftechnik .


the www.wildschnee.de is my private page to show all person s -
that s simpel is to split your board self at home ...

there a some nice pages

skibuilders.com grafsnowboards.com

the a all privat person with more
love and brain - than big companys

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Cool site burton. I don't think you've shared that with us before.

nice logo, too.

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but the best is, if you have a board that can carry this logo ... ;-)

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