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Need help identifying a surfboard

Postby Sir Blind » Sun Nov 11, 2012 8:02 pm

Hey I have seen this board for sale but i have no idea what it is. I have asked the seller but in the mean time i'm sure there's someone that knows what it is.
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Re: Need help identifying a surfboard

Postby slipslide » Sun Nov 11, 2012 8:57 pm

4 degrees west. Was sold out of loose fit.
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Re: Need help identifying a surfboard

Postby Sir Blind » Sun Nov 11, 2012 9:19 pm

Thanks for that I spent an hour looking for a similar one. Any one know how ther're rated I've looked and I see they no longer make them and the reviews I've seen are hardly conclusive.
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Re: Need help identifying a surfboard

Postby Philshoz » Mon Nov 12, 2012 6:59 am

Sir Blind wrote:Hey I have seen this board for sale but i have no idea what it is. I have asked the seller but in the mean time i'm sure there's someone that knows what it is.
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It's called a SURF BOARD, used for riding waves and posing at the beach.......
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Re: Need help identifying a surfboard

Postby coxie » Mon Nov 12, 2012 8:26 am

Philshoz wrote:
Sir Blind wrote:Hey I have seen this board for sale but i have no idea what it is. I have asked the seller but in the mean time i'm sure there's someone that knows what it is.
:)


It's called a SURF BOARD, used for riding waves and posing at the beach.......


I think you could be wrong there, surfboards usually have two layers of glass on the deck and have their fin plugs bonded to the deck.
Although it looks like a surfboard it has vital ingredients missing that make it a real surfboard.
Could be good for posing at the beach from a distance. :lol:
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Re: Need help identifying a surfboard

Postby coxie » Mon Nov 12, 2012 10:09 am

On a serious note though bud, steer clear of it they are right up there with the worst of the worst.
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Re: Need help identifying a surfboard

Postby cjs » Wed Nov 14, 2012 11:31 pm

what do you think of the carpet? Nice pile, good shang
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