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  1. #11
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    Twin.........definitely.

  2. #12
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    Nov 2008
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    twin fin, you can take them out, theyre much stronger now and will really help your surfing

  3. #13
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    Nov 2008
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    There's another option to the beater board. http://www.willeysurfboards.com/answer.html Look for them this summer around the maryland, delaware area.

  4. #14
    Quote Originally Posted by willeyboards View Post
    There's another option to the beater board. http://www.willeysurfboards.com/answer.html Look for them this summer around the maryland, delaware area.
    How do I get one? How do they ride?

  5. #15

    Sick board

    I just bought one and it arrived yesterday. I got a twin fin 54 because I figured it would be easier to ride than a finless. I didn't get the single fin because the fin is longer and I didn't want it catching on the bottom in shore break. To answer your question about taking the fins out, yes, you can but they recommend getting bodyboard leash plugs to put in the holes when the fins are out. Haven't gotten a chance to ride it yet but I will later today...so stoked! By the way, ebodyboarding.com gives free shipping with them...

  6. #16
    Idk I think I'm gonna pick up a Stuart fartknocker.

  7. #17

    Beater Tweaker

    Per Zman9398:
    Wildwood and ....... the norm is about 4-6 ft
    . I'm moving down dare

  8. #18
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    Sep 2009
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaime L View Post
    Per Zman9398:


    . I'm moving down dare
    Wildwood is the Hawaii of the NorthEast didnt ya know. But for real beater boards are really fun. My 14yr old cousin got one from ron jon (yeah I know) and I stole it from him and had a blast. I'm 5'10" 165 and could fairly easily ride it. He had the double fin but I don't know if that makes a difference. I wonder how it would've handled in waves like we had today though.

  9. #19
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    Nov 2008
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    Ocean City, MD
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zman9398 View Post
    How do I get one? How do they ride?
    Super fun, the deep center channels and domed deck really help hold the line. The 58" will catch any wave esp. if your a bigger guy. But really, you just got to try one out. If your in the ocean city, md area I have 2 demos up at malibus surfshop to try. The boards are coming in end of june, early july. 10 bucks off for pre-orders. Send me an email at willeysurfboards@gmail.com if your interested.

    www.willeysurfboards.com

  10. #20
    Join Date
    Aug 2011
    Location
    Two Rivers Area, NJ
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    Stupid question, but do you wax a beater up? Just got a 54" twinnie for my daughter and it seems really slick.