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    Thumbs up How much could i get for this board?

    It's a 6'2, 19 wide and 1 6/8 Thick, pretty thin.I was asking for 200, maybe 175. It just has naturals dings and wear to it. Its like a kids board basically .
    Last edited by TylerSurf4life15; Jan 16, 2012 at 01:03 AM.

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    The price looks good. Going to be tough to find someone who surfs a board that thin. That'll be one lanky-a** person. btw...that fcs trak top is waaaaaaaaayyyyyyy to far forward on your board. The back of it is supposed to be as close as possible to the leash plug, hence the curved cut-out on the rear of the traction pad. That's going to a pain in the a** for someone to remove, while praying not to damage the board, to replace with a new one. Just some advice for your next board. What brand is that board anyway? Good luck.

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    try craigslist...the price is about right...i think someone would pay 175, but if you got an offer for 150 take it

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    Your only problem is, since its 6'2 only a bigger guy would want it and its so thin, so the dimensions are pretty sketchy. I would go with surferdude0900 about putting it on craigslist. I also need to agree with DelP that you put the stomp pad on terrible. Id say if u get an offer anywhere around 150 sell it. Also not such a known brand name I mean I've never heard of it, so you might have a tough time selling it. Wising you the best and just sell it whenever you get a reasonable offer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NJSproductions View Post
    Your only problem is, since its 6'2 only a bigger guy would want it and its so thin, so the dimensions are pretty sketchy. I would go with surferdude0900 about putting it on craigslist. I also need to agree with DelP that you put the stomp pad on terrible. Id say if u get an offer anywhere around 150 sell it. Also not such a known brand name I mean I've never heard of it, so you might have a tough time selling it. Wising you the best and just sell it whenever you get a reasonable offer.
    Its a Local shaper board type & yeah, i wasnt that big when i got the board i weighed 130 so it worked perfectly Now 3 years later i weigh 155. and the traction pad is in a decent spot, its just the picture .

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    Quote Originally Posted by DelP View Post
    The price looks good. Going to be tough to find someone who surfs a board that thin. That'll be one lanky-a** person. btw...that fcs trak top is waaaaaaaaayyyyyyy to far forward on your board. The back of it is supposed to be as close as possible to the leash plug, hence the curved cut-out on the rear of the traction pad. That's going to a pain in the a** for someone to remove, while praying not to damage the board, to replace with a new one. Just some advice for your next board. What brand is that board anyway? Good luck.
    The Picture is zoomed in a bit.

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    So, what do you do about that pad when you put your back foot where it's supposed to go?

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    craigs list it or maybe ebay if you have an account make the buy it now like $175-200 and the starting bid price like $130-150.

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    Could I pay you to put on my traction for me...

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    i can give you 110 shipped