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    If you had to pick...

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    Which one you would you choose? 2nd one is a 6'6 heritage single fin, 1st is a Texas twister 6'5 single fin

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    Is that three different boards? I can't figure out what's what...

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    yea it is 3 different single fins, i like the 3rd bc its got the best condition

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    none of them are going to turn worth a sh*t, but if that's all I had to choose from, I guess I'd go with the cleanest: #3. It might be good for doh barrels

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    none of them are going to turn worth a sh*t, but if that's all I had to choose from, I guess I'd go with the cleanest: #3

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    The texas twister looks like an AGP (Atlantic Gulf Pacific) single fin I had about a lifetime ago. Narrow, downrailed and thick. It didn't turn for sh!t but I guess slotted down the line it was ok for it's time.

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    I like the lines on the first one better... But I don't think they could handle a Belmar Barrel

    #bigbelmarsinglefinbarrels

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    #belmarbarrelsbreakboards

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    Quote Originally Posted by seldom seen View Post
    #belmarbarrelsbreakboards
    Are there any threads without a Belmar #### tag?

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    I would pick a Polfer Hull Single Fin. The benefits in speed of a single fin, with the added thrust of the downwings, added drive and hold. No spin outs, no pumping, just pure bliss underfoot.

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    http://polferhull.com/wp-content/upl...1/DSC_0199.JPG

    http://polferhull.com/

    I weigh 180 and i ride a 6'0x19.2x2.5 @ 30 liters with a pin tail and it is hella fast but responds one a dime. Recovers speed quick and never needs to be pumped. Goes vertical, does airs, and when you push it beyond max can slide around and get into positions thrusters can't.