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    Fin set up

    I thought I'd make a thread for some fin set-up pics!

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    bing bonzer 3:



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    wynn bonzer 5:

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    been using KINETIC fins for the first winter, love them very similar in my opinion to TRU AMES which have always been my favorite due to price and light weight

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    Thruster. Mf.1's up front, Mf.2 center.

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    njsurfer-- how do you like the bing bonzer? what size are you riding? would you say it's really a better wave board? thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by RIer View Post
    njsurfer-- how do you like the bing bonzer? what size are you riding? would you say it's really a better wave board? thanks
    i love the thing. but honestly, i don't ride it much anymore; it's become more of a wall hanger for me. it's a 6'4" & stock dims, which according to bing's website makes it 21"x2 1/2". my normal good wave board is 6'4"x19.25"x2.5", so the bing is a a lot of board for me. bonzers definitely like a little bit more steepness or push to the waves to really light up...which doesn't necessarily make it a better wave board, just a punchier wave board. brian wynn is making me a dumpster diver-styled 5 fin as we speak. i find the 5 fin version more suited to my style. the 3 fin is just a bit too drawn out.