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  1. #11
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    when Clark foam went under I ran to a shop and bought a ....lost shortboard. It was a P.O.S
    every board I had custom was the total tits, 350-450 from a local guy to make your dream sled? its a bargain at 600$ let alone 400-500$

    new surfboards on the rack were 400-425 in the early 90's
    not a whole lot more 20 years later, but price of milk bread eggs has DOUBLED to TRIPLED in same time period

    and I now think Masterjasson and Yankee should enter the thunderdome
    two men enter one man leave

  2. #12
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    i bought a step-up at the local shop on the northshorehawaii so i could use it at sunset so i took it
    there and paddled out and broke it in half first wave.

  3. I am critical about what boards i buy however its more about how i will adapt to them as long as its foam and resembles a standard shape itll ride

  4. #14
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    Quote Originally Posted by baddy trailerpark View Post
    i bought a step-up at the local shop on the northshorehawaii so i could use it at sunset so i took it
    there and paddled out and broke it in half first wave.
    thats awesome

  5. #15
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    Yep 7S super fish for me too. Worst POS ever!

  6. #16
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    One of those first generation quads back in the 80s. The thing could only go straight.
    Had one of those. Bought it from island style in 84 I think. I thought I was on the cutting edge. First time out 2nd jetty Sandy Hook I caught a wave and said, this can't be right.