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  1. #21
    Yeah, i wish i could wait that long so i could surf the fall, but ears are basically closed. Took the next available appointment, so im set to go under Sept. 21. Not taking the chance of going in until then, unless its absolutely as good as it gets. plus, two months in the scheme of time is nothing. Will be even more frothed up once i get back in the water. check out Dr. Hetzler if your nervous. really nice guy and have heard tons of good reviews. plus, he's perfected the chisel approach so no more drilling.

  2. #22
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    Quote Originally Posted by Death2SUPs View Post
    ... he's perfected the chisel approach so no more drilling.
    *shudder*

    God speed, brother...

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  4. #24
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    Waiting for a few lams to kick... I took this...

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    9'3 log; pu/pe with nose concave to flat to rolled vee
    from left... 6'4 battail groveler; epoxy/eps with shallow single to double concave
    6'0 fish; epoxy/eps with modern bottom contours
    6'6 hpsb; epoxy/eps with single to double concave
    7'0 East Coast Gun; pu/pe with vee in the entry to flat to double concaved forward vee
    Last edited by LBCrew; Aug 14, 2012 at 11:37 PM.

  5. #25
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    And I still want more.

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    Not the best picture...but you get the over all point....

  6. #26
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    Quote Originally Posted by yourdirtymomma View Post
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    Not the best picture...but you get the over all point....
    Nice quiver for as long as you have been surfing.

  7. #27
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    all 021.jpgall 012.jpgAttachment 5555all 009.jpgAttachment 5555Here you go. From left to right. 6'0 Richard Price transformer II, sort of like a dumpster diver, my go to board for anything from waist to 2-4 overhead in PR, ridden as a quad in small surf and tri in larger. I can't say enough about this board, EPS and glassed by my friend who shapes with BAT. Second is my 6'4 Orion, Greg Geiselman, super fun potato chip but a hard float these days. Third is my 6'4 BAT custom from Brian Tudor shaped for PR, great semi step up. Fourth is my 6'9 Cannibal custom from AJ specifically for large PR. That thing is a missle and can handle double over head +. Fifth is a 7'4 Quiet Flight bought and ridden on the North Shore in 1996. Sixth of course is my sons 6'0 surftech that he freakin shreds on.

  8. #28
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    Quote Originally Posted by StuckontheGulf View Post
    all 021.jpgall 012.jpgAttachment 5555all 009.jpgAttachment 5555Third is my 6'4 BAT custom from Brian Tudor shaped for PR, great semi step up.
    Sounds like my 1st board, still got it but it's beat to hell

  9. #29
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    Honestly since I got the Transformer II I haven't hadly used any of the others. It floats better since none of the others are EPS. It gets into waves easier with the width and volume forward. I took it to PR for Easter this year. It was 2-4 ft overhead when I got there and it handled it great! When the swell subsided I switched it to quad and hit wilderness for a few days. The thing is my magic carpet ride for sure. On a side note we stayed at Fisheye overlooking Marias and it was awesome. They have a pool where you can watch the surf and it keeps the family happy. You just walk down the hill and hit it brah. I took these from the pool deck and of course the only pics my wife got were from small Wildo.
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  10. #30
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    Quote Originally Posted by StuckontheGulf View Post
    Honestly since I got the Transformer II I haven't hadly used any of the others. It floats better since none of the others are EPS. It gets into waves easier with the width and volume forward. I took it to PR for Easter this year. It was 2-4 ft overhead when I got there and it handled it great! When the swell subsided I switched it to quad and hit wilderness for a few days. The thing is my magic carpet ride for sure. On a side note we stayed at Fisheye overlooking Marias and it was awesome. They have a pool where you can watch the surf and it keeps the family happy. You just walk down the hill and hit it brah. I took these from the pool deck and of course the only pics my wife got were from small Wildo.
    Nice pics dude, i'll be there late October, can't wait! I'm staying in the Puntas area so I was thinking of hitting up Maria's, Domes, and Sandy Beach, but any recommendations for a 1st timer to PR with no reef experience would be appreciated. I've heard Domes and Maria's can be forgiving on a small - medium swell, but idk, Sandy's i've heard you gotta hit at sunrise and by 10 it's blown out... any truth to this?