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    for sale mini simmons!!!!!!!

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    mini simmons "micro bus BG surfboards model. 5'3"x20.1/4x2.5/8+ twin wood glass on fins, 10" base x 4" tall... full resin abstract tint. glossed and polished!!1 AMAZING BEAUTIFUL BRAND NEW MINI SIMMONS....... $$$$500 .........reduced ..........free shipping (LOWER 48 U.S ONLY, EXCLUDES HAWAII AND OVERSEAS..) or reasonable delivery/ meet up

    http://bgsurfboards.blogspot.com
    Last edited by BG surfboards; Dec 19, 2012 at 08:51 PM.

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    Looks good!

    ~Brian
    www.greenlightsurfsupply.com
    Shape Your Surfing Experience

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    Is it still for sale

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    That thing is sick! Really digging the resin work.

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    thank you, yes it is still available!!!

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    @fishpimp; yes still for sale. and yes we can ship it to new jersey

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    That is slick. I wish I had more money and could afford it.

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    thanks, if you get one custom made we break it up into payments which does help the wallet a lil bit. i wish everyone can ride this model . it works!!!!

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    Just might be putting this on the list for the new year...

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    How do you guys like the huge keels on these boards? I ended up finding the big keels felt like too much fin on my mini simmons especially on small pockety waves (no points around here). Got rid of the keels and put in a 5" upright MR twinnie type fin and found the Simmons turned a lot better and shorter returning radius. Huge keel fins always struck me as way more surface area than I was needing for a board that I was mainly riding in soft waves under chest high.

    Seems like some of the guys in Delaware who really get into the mini Simmons are riding their boards with just two really small fins or twin nub kind of fins...and FLYING on 2-3 foot mush.
    Last edited by mitchell; Dec 12, 2012 at 11:02 PM.