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Discussion in 'Longboard Surf Buy/Sell/Trade' started by FirstPointEric, Dec 7, 2010.
@ryanlovelace ... re above.
Nice, very clean looking 10' Jed Noll noserider: triple sticks with clear 6+6/6 layup, glass-on fin (but it's not shown); $600.
Another Noll, 9'4", this is a pintail, also looks like a noserider. Lime green; waxed but never ridden. $500.
Rick 9'6" recent-ish board; Calvani shape. Yin/yang-y blue deck rails with weird bottom; I can't say if it's posca pen or pastel or what. Only $350 and one would hope that a solvent would take it off. Looks like a 1/2" bass stringer. Box.
Hobie Tyler Warren 9'4"; looks like a OFP. Terry Martin shaped, 2+1 setup, orange deck and rails, coke bottle bottom. Good shape; $400.
DanO Hog, 9'4", nice glue-up, deck panels and full draft skeg. Ad says "excellent condition" but deck has wax and bottom might have some too. Ask is $600.
Nice group of 3 log fins between 9" and 10" for $100 firm. DanO pivot (a la 777), Sparky and CA Classic.
Not sure if it's the same because expired CL ad. But I picked this up yesterday. Anyone have a ride report on these? They said Tyler Warren pivot would be the recommended fin.
Greenough man, everything always gets a greenough ????????..... I've been enjoying a the slick and cal classic lately, but I like to mix it up. I thought the TW had a little too much base and not enough rake (proportionally). Maybe see about getting a zeph is is fin. Looks similar to the TW but has mo rake
Here's a shot of three for reference. My template on left, then is is, and obviously the TW.
Weber Legend 10' x 23 1/2" x 3 5/8" with the 2" balsa stick, volan, in "like new" condition for $745. Not cheap, but these are about $1500 for an actual new one, plus $100 and change for tax. With red hatchet.
J Hall for winter
Never mind the twist
This is for my EC Superduper Sled and Chris Christenson Westside: I like the TW pivot for logging/slower waves, but couldn't seem to get the most out of the board in terms of speed and ability to turn, so I switched to a Greenough 4A. Loved the way it felt, except on the nose where(I guess) the flex of the fin made it feel unstable. I just grabbed an 11in Thomas Fin and we'll have to give it a go soon. The template of the fin is a little fuller than the Greenough and definitely stiffer.
I can't find any info on this board. It's really knifey, pinched rails like it wants to travel, but it's wide and wide at the nose. Small square tail but v'd and diamond shape. I'm thinking it's too much board for a flex?