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  1. #1
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    Dunlop Fish Surfboard

    Selling for 150.00 with fins 130.00 without floats me well..Attachment 16237. See full ad here http://charleston.craigslist.org/spo/5162528249.html

  2. #2
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    the board has been sold

  3. #3
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    Get what you were asking?

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    kinda of a package deal,..break even basically..,local surfer here, originally from n Hampshire,..cool guy... rather seem them being used and enjoyed than lookin at them as monuments of a lost initiative

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    Very cool. You'll get that initiative back

  6. #6
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    maybe maybe not,.would more than likely need two knee replacements though in reality..,im fine coming in prone I kinda like being and seeing the water right next to me,,been practicing coming in kneelo some ..takes the right wave though

  7. #7
    Quote Originally Posted by frost View Post
    maybe maybe not,.would more than likely need two knee replacements though in reality..,im fine coming in prone I kinda like being and seeing the water right next to me,,been practicing coming in kneelo some ..takes the right wave though
    Oh hell know! you're gonna stand and deliver! I've got too much invested in this saga! JK

    I would think the kneelo would be harder on the knees than standing.

    Gawd we need a decent swell. Peace.

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    haha yea its been a saga, learned a lot though, and a newfound respect for all who surf well...the pop up to a kneelo is a lot easier for me, the top is soft so no worries there..the kneelo's out in Cali use hardboards but(most) use cove pads on them, my right shoulder isn't all there either(tossed onto beach at full speed during a tropical swell last year)which makes a full push to pop up more difficult,not making excuses just facts of life and reality, still have my 8ft NSP pop out..maybe a full winter of rehab and strengthening I launch it next spring

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    Gettin' old is hell.

  10. #10
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    nice stomp pad. serious. I only like them for leverage on a dive.