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 Posted: Thu Oct 21st, 2010 03:17 pm
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tarheel
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What is your BEST NOSERIDER right now, the one you

get the most tip time on?  Please include LENGTH of board.

Thanks,

tarheel  

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 Posted: Thu Oct 21st, 2010 03:22 pm
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Mine is either a 9'8 or 10'0 BING NR2 depends on wave. 

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 Posted: Thu Oct 21st, 2010 03:25 pm
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I own one LB: 9' 5" Jim Phillips Piq.

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10'6" Cooper Design Malibu Foil 24" wide 3.5" thick

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9'2" john wegener.  don't know the other dims, but wide nose, subtle concave, square tail

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 Posted: Thu Oct 21st, 2010 03:42 pm
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mid late '60s surfboards hawaii w/ device like tail that locked in
device 2 which gene told me the original device was somewhat inspired by (i think, if i can access my hazey memory still)


that being said- THE BOARDS noseride awsome- uh me......not always

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9'8 Kevin Connelly Noosa 2

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10-1 CoopD Thick V2 with a 10.5" G4a, hips behind center. Having an absolute blast on this board. I am not skilled in the NR department but this board is stable, fast and can handle anything from knee high to OH and not even blink. Extremely sensitive on the tail so it's easy to overpower it and go ass over teakettle. Cruises beautifully and seems to want to find the pocket. Makes me a better surfer. Or at least look like one.

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Takayama NR2, 9'8". I have or have had a lot of dedicated noseriders (Nose Devil, MYM, Bing Nuuhiwa, Bennett Tipperillo, Tak double ender and Model T, Anderson Faberow, Mayo....) and this one just works the best for me. Some of the others, especially the ones with more belly, need good waves, perfect positioning, extra paddle strokes, ect. Things that are sometimes hard to come by in our inconsistent beach breaks. The NR2 is basically point and shoot! The Anderson Farberow is a close 2nd.

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I really only have 1 Noserider  (so its my best:dude:)

9'8" Patagonia  BT model with a 9.5 Farberow flex

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9-6 Bing IsIs...hands down

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10'4 Boss.  Love it.  Haven't tried my SWT yet though...

The 10' Seagull I just traded to Ripcurl was right up there with the Boss.

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Dennis Ryder High Pro Noserider,  9'8" x 24" x 3 1/8".  60/40 rail with down rail 1/3 up.  This baby turns like no other noserider I have ever ridden.  Have been using a 9.5" Wingnut cutaway with great success.  This board is not on his website.

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My new BN Lightweight.
9'8" x 23 3/4 x 3

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2nd best: Limenitis arthemis.

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I've had some pretty nice noserides on my vintage 9'6 Weber Pre-Performer.  You can really feel the suction on that big hatchet fin!

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I have only one board that I can classify as a "Noserider" and that board is a 10'00" Ole "Bumblebee". Single fin and works well for me.

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