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Discussion in 'Surfing' started by Roach, Oct 26, 2011.
^ I like yellow!
Yeah, the 777 glue-up on the Riddler is tasty. *Very* cool about the deal you were able to swing on it too. Congrats, sir.
Finally getting back to fix my post! I was on a plane when I originally posted and it was not working correctly. Between being in Hawaii and surfing here I have been busy
My Michael board in the photo is my go-to board most days. I changed fins on it again and finally put on an old 60's style RLB D. Takayama fin on it in 9.5. It works great and I have since put a D Takayama (larry Allison) flex fin in my wife's Michael board. They both work fantastic. Super stable on the nose and both turn with ease!
Hope your Phillips board is treating you well!
D- Yeah, the JP rocks. I rode only that board last summer and got it decently wired. Thanks again. Glad you and your family are enjoying the MTs. You should post your daughter's that Michael made. Does he have a website? His output deserves one. And where did you surf in Hawaii?
Nice! Is that a wide-base fin? I loved the narrow base in my 7'4" Point Breaker. Beach and reef-break approved. It even went backside!
Its the Larry Allison GL Flex 9.5 fin that came w the board
That death machine is neat.
Whipped up a super narrow base fin. Really livened the board up.
Anderson Fader 7-8 single fin...
About three months in on pretty much just this from small to decent size seems to work well
Michael Miller Drifter 8’6”x22x215/16
All S glass