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Ah, it's 4 1/16" thick... if only it was 4 1/4", I would of snapped that up.
Hilbers and Kirk Putnam do a model called 'Puerto Rico' which looks the business too.. Just throwing that into the mix to add some confusion!
Thanks, great explanation Bruce
Thanks for the response Bruce
Without being pedantic, that wasn't really the thrust of my questioning really and I'm not overly concerned what...
I hear that the SVM/New machine is primarily a small wave vehicle - is that right?
Would the quad set up help push the top end of the board's range?
Used a 7.75 A Flex in a 6ft McCallum C/S bonzer (similar to light vehicle)
Sounds over finned, but Jeff recommended it, along with a similar size...
Bumping this up again...
Had a good under-the-arm feel of a 9'6" Thunderbolt Sprout model yesterday and I have to say, despite my general disgust...
Looking forward to ride reports here guys
Friend has a Greg original with not one, but two tints (yellow bottom + wrap, red deck) and pinlines. I hear that he just needed to be in the mood...
I agree, they look great and it sounds like a great strike for strength/cost.
So why is it so rare an offering? Is it hard to work with? Sounds...
There's a couple of great podcast featuring Clyde Beatty and Dick Van Straalen, who both speak in depth on epoxy. Dick's thoughts on...
Where are you surfing where you still need a 4/3? East Coast? Happily in a 3/2 now in Devon and will be for the next 6 months hopefully.
Seriously, teasing aside, stoked for you (and slightly envious)
Teamwork makes the dream work.
Are you his brother?
Seriously, that's the one. Surely.
A little while since these were last discussed - just wondering how many folk are still riding the Thunderbolt CJs and how they are holding up?
Still sounds pretty good to be honest.
Guys, remember - this is literally just part of his quiver.....
Mainly blue. I would describe that quiver as mainly blue.