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  1. #1
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    FOR SALE - CI MSF G2 - Machado Single Fin- Converted to Bonzer! $350

    http://www.cisurfboards.com/surfboar...y-rob-machado/
    6'2 x 19 3/4 x 2 3/4
    Up for grabs is an almost Impossible to come by Channel Islands Retro Single Fin, the MSF GII in great condition. The last owner saw the double concave lines in the tail and had it professionally converted it into a bonzer! I've looked Everywhere and haven't seen another one.
    This thing RIPS. Tons of float paddles easy and catches Anything.
    You can draw out clean lines AND tight turns!
    Condition is 8/10. Minimal pressure wear. Minimal use. NO DINGS! Watertight!
    Brand new K Cover Shot 6.75" center fin
    Artwork by Thomas Campbell!
    Call or text 401-662-7734 ANYtime!
    Located in RI
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    I had the 5'10" years ago and always wanted to "bonzer-ize" it! Wish this was smaller and I would snatch it up...bump for a sick stick!

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    Sweet board bro! Looks like they did a nice job! If you where in Jersey (and I had the extra cash) I would buy it for the 23footers that we get out here. Nice Board!!

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    Killer! Thanks man. Yeah the board is really great. I'm 5'9 170lbs and Love it at 6'2. Only reason I'm selling is to finance my new Bing Lightweight longboard! If I sell my mountain bike first, this gets the hook and remains mine.
    So...
    PRICE DROP $300! This weekend only. 5/3-5/6- I'll throw monday in and make it a Holiday weekend!
    Thanks for looking hit me up with any questions here or call/text 401-662-7734

  5. #5
    Such a rad board. That resin work makes it such a standout. I actually picked up this same board (6'1) few weeks ago. Have only been usin the single fin for a retro flowly lines but if we get any type of big spring swell I am def going to try and get a bonzer fin set up going. Are those specialty bonzer side fins or is there are a generic one you can throw in there?

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    $275 cash?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tkelley View Post
    Such a rad board. That resin work makes it such a standout. I actually picked up this same board (6'1) few weeks ago. Have only been usin the single fin for a retro flowly lines but if we get any type of big spring swell I am def going to try and get a bonzer fin set up going. Are those specialty bonzer side fins or is there are a generic one you can throw in there?
    bonzer side fins are a very particular template. it's not *really* a bonzer w/ any other side fins. check this site out: http://bonzer5.com/ i'm thinking you might be failing to fully grasp what a bonzer really is.
    FCS is now making removable bonzer side fins. might be easier to get your hands on a set & probably slightly easier to install FCS plugs than Lok-Box boxes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by njsurfer42 View Post
    bonzer side fins are a very particular template. it's not *really* a bonzer w/ any other side fins. check this site out: http://bonzer5.com/ i'm thinking you might be failing to fully grasp what a bonzer really is.
    FCS is now making removable bonzer side fins. might be easier to get your hands on a set & probably slightly easier to install FCS plugs than Lok-Box boxes.
    Yeah, the FCS plugs that are in my MSF II have a canted angle to them specifically set for the bonzer side fins. I understand the set up and theory behind it, I have just never ridden or seen a plugged 5 fin set up that way. Only glassed on side bites, so I was curious as to what the exact fins may be called or what the size is ect.
    I appreciate that site though! Really great stuff on that. All about classic surf style as opposed to the every day potato chip thruster.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tkelley View Post
    Yeah, the FCS plugs that are in my MSF II have a canted angle to them specifically set for the bonzer side fins. I understand the set up and theory behind it, I have just never ridden or seen a plugged 5 fin set up that way. Only glassed on side bites, so I was curious as to what the exact fins may be called or what the size is ect.
    I appreciate that site though! Really great stuff on that. All about classic surf style as opposed to the every day potato chip thruster.
    i'd love to see pics of that! every MSF to bonzer conversion i've seen has used Lok-Box.

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    $300 and it's Yours. Killer deal.