Make your Magne-Traction edges as sharp as a ginsu knife with this One Ball Jay tool.
Got one of those Lib Tech Magne-Traction boards? The One Ball Jay Magne-Traction Edge Tool is made just for you and your wavy edges. We imagine that every shop tech plagued by Lib Tech tuning nightmares would be stoked to get one of these sharpeners in his or her stocking. One Ball Jay crafted the Magne-Traction Edge Tool to deal with the curvy profile of Lib Tech's revolutionary board design, making it smaller so it gets into those wavy edges without missing sections and causing you headaches.
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on the one ball jay magnetraction tuning...
on the one ball jay magnetraction tuning tool it has 88 and on the opposite side 90 degrees, are you tuning your edge at 90 degrees when you can see 90 or when you are looking at 88 and 90 is facing down on your board please assist I do not know which way should be up and I want to maintain my edge at 90 degrees
Hey David. Great question. When it comes to this tool, you are tuning the edge at 90 degrees when the 90 is facing down and the 88 is facing up at you. Tuning at 88 degrees be the opposite. The 88 will face down and you'll be looking at the 90. Also, always be sure to pull the tuning tool the direction that the little arrow on the top of the file bit is pointing towards. I hope this answer helps you out!
Cool, I guess...
I'm not so sure this is actually any better for an mtx board than the regular old dakine sharpener I had. If you have an mtx or btx board but don't have a sharpener, no harm in getting this one, but I wouldn't go out of your way to get this.
How exactally does this tool werk? Just...
How exactally does this tool werk? Just run it along the edges?
Yes, in the right direction, for all the right reasons.