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  1. #21
    It is impossible to start a thread on this site without any sort of negativity to follow. Just Saying!

  2. #22
    Quote Originally Posted by surfergirlNC View Post
    Its gone....get over it. next time no smoking blunts while packing.
    get back in the kitchen

  3. #23
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    suxors dude, hope u find it. bump for you

  4. #24
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    Quote Originally Posted by kooklykook View Post
    suxors dude, hope u find it. bump for you
    I don't understand one word you just said

  5. #25
    whats the reward?i think i saw it listed on craigslist

  6. #26
    not it i looked on craigslist saw what you were talking about the dude had a clear 6 10.. on another note anyone ever try a tuflite 2 board? found a 5'8 stretch in a store and im thinking about grabbing it but im 5'11 160 pounds and have never seen how the tuflite 2s float anyone ever ride one?

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    Tuflites float like a cork, but they can be a tad stiff compared to poly. They hold up well though.

  8. Might want to check with the pawn shop in salisbury i feel like a lot of "found boards" end up there haha

  9. #29
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    x2... my advice for searchforshacks is to not go tuflite again. There is much more advanced, better performing epoxy concepts these days for a ton cheaper.... those tuflites make your style go into the sh**er anyway... too corky like he said. But regardless of what your next board is, you MUST find another 2pac stomp pad. That is all time!

  10. #30
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    Probably should start another thread, but...

    I've ridden a lot of tuflites and they have their pros and cons. I think they're performance peaks in small surf... under head high... where a typical PU/PE performs the worst. (I prefer PU/PE in big surf and on retro boards... logs in particular. EPS/Epoxy for boards from grovelers on up to PSBs.) Aside from that, you can't deny tufflite's durability... and their ugliness. The biggest difference between the tufflite and a typical EPS/Epoxy is the pvc foam layer between the glass layers. That's what gives it it's stiffness and it's durability. For me, I prefer a stiffer board in small surf because you don't really load the board up with much energy at those slower speeds, and in particularly weak surf, a flexy board will waste a lot of energy bending the board rather than transferring that energy directly into forward motion. So for me, stiffer board and larger and/or stiffer fins in small surf. You still want some flex, because you don't want to be pushing water, but stiff-ER.
    Last edited by LBCrew; Aug 16, 2011 at 12:53 PM.