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    2 boards for sale/ possible trade

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    6'0 (18 1/2 x 2.25 roughly) ajw quad with parabolic stringer. typical pressure dings, water tight.

    around 300$

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    5'8 (19 x 2 1/4)hs shred sled. 5 fin setup. two sides are glassed in, 3/4/5 can still work. Crack professionally fixed, water tight, no water damage got it fixed as soon as it happened.

    around 350$

    willing to work a deal out. willing to trade for a groveler or any good summer board.
    Text me 718 873 6439
    Hope pics worked not sure if i did it correctly

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    the screw got stripped in the box and they couldn't get it out so this is what they just epoxied them. i know they defeated purpose of the 5 fin system

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daniel Donohue View Post
    the screw got stripped in the box and they couldn't get it out so this is what they just epoxied them. i know they defeated purpose of the 5 fin system
    Bwahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaaaaa!!

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    How big are those fins, my god.

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    Poor shred sled...creased and jacked up ding repair...a moment of silence brothers...please!

    However, I pm'd you...

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    Oh trust me I know this is ruined a great board, probably my favorite one i've ridden so far. And it was when i was in florida at school so no one local here.

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    and the fins are the hs fins that come with it. they look bigger in the pictures however

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    Quote Originally Posted by zaGaffer View Post
    Dude pardon the pun, but "they" screwed you over. A stripped screw and their solution was to pour epoxy in the fin wells? They didn't glass on the fins, that's not how you do that. In the future, if you strip a grub screw take the fin key, get some jbweld, VERY CAREFULLY WITH A VERY SMALL AMOUNT of jbweld epoxy the key to the screw, unscrew the screw. If the threads in the hole are stripped, seal the fin well so epoxy can't get in, fill the screw hole with epoxy and then drill that out and re-thread the hole using a 5/32 (double check this) tap and die kit.

    Never take any of your surfboards back to the tweakers who did this to your board. In fact, who did this so the rest of us can avoid them?
    Excellent tip with JB Weld!