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    Nice! I've got my eye on one of these....need to build my reserves up first though.....unless someone knows where the power-ups are for this level?
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    Congratulations. I have a maple magnum board from Dave. Don't know how I ever prepped and cooked before I got it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zwiefel View Post
    Nice! I've got my eye on one of these....need to build my reserves up first though.....unless someone knows where the power-ups are for this level?
    Easy...take the warp drain down to level 3c. When you get past the third sliding shell, it's in the mystery block above you. Careful, because you have to time this one right, or you might just get a coin.

    Great board!!!
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    Very nice board.

    I wanted to ask if there was a reason for the fit rather than flat?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ptolemy View Post
    I wanted to ask if there was a reason for the fit rather than flat?
    Feet? From the Boardsmith FAQ:

    You use rubber tipped feet. Why? - The rubber tips do four things; absorb shocks when chopping, keep the board steady and stable during use, allow for easier handhold when moving and gives a space for air circulation to keep the underside dry.

    Can I get a board without feet, double sided? - On request I will be happy to leave them off. However, during use you will need to put something under the board to keep it stable and extreme care must to be taken to make sure it isn't sitting in moisture while not being used.

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