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    WAY off of the beaten path, but a place to start RE: Hoop Master board

    I have a HoopMaster board with broken corners at the bottom. Does anyone know if I can take a saw to this thing to even it out?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Judy View Post
    I have a HoopMaster board with broken corners at the bottom. Does anyone know if I can take a saw to this thing to even it out?
    Not clear on what you are sawing - but if I remember to composition of the board itself, you should be able to. What will that help though. Trying to understand
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    Thinking I will cut this thing down, even it off, and have an infant or junior hooping station.

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