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View Poll Results: How many boards?

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  • 1-2

    32 20.51%
  • 3-5

    81 51.92%
  • 6-10

    33 21.15%
  • 10+

    10 6.41%
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  1. #41
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    Quote Originally Posted by Recycled Surfer View Post
    Definitely check out the Heritage Shop in OC. The have a great selection of Bings. They even have a new model out that I did not see on Bings website called The 4 Speed.
    Yeah I know a guy whos has a IsIS he want to sell me and I was looking at possibly a new Elevator. I want something glassed heavy cause I prefer a board with some weight to it. Plus I want something from a 9'6 to a 10'0 cause my wife was out shoping for a new pair of Uggs and she brought me home a 10'0 board back cause it was only 64 bucks at Kona Sports in Wildwood

  2. #42
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    Quote Originally Posted by MATT JOHNSON View Post
    Yeah I know a guy whos has a IsIS he want to sell me and I was looking at possibly a new Elevator. I want something glassed heavy cause I prefer a board with some weight to it. Plus I want something from a 9'6 to a 10'0 cause my wife was out shoping for a new pair of Uggs and she brought me home a 10'0 board back cause it was only 64 bucks at Kona Sports in Wildwood
    I like both of those boards but my vote goes to the Zeph Is Is. It sort of reminds me of the Channin Square. Check out the video. I believe thats Kevin Shaughnessy riding the Square. Its an awesome small wave board (perfect for our midsummer conditions) good to chest high.
    http://www.channinsurf.com/PrototypeSite.html

  3. #43
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    Quote Originally Posted by Recycled Surfer View Post
    I like both of those boards but my vote goes to the Zeph Is Is. It sort of reminds me of the Channin Square. Check out the video. I believe thats Kevin Shaughnessy riding the Square. Its an awesome small wave board (perfect for our midsummer conditions) good to chest high.
    http://www.channinsurf.com/PrototypeSite.html
    Yeah the only thing i dont like about the Isis is how mid way it narrows in . I like the Am pretty much decided on the Elevator

    http://www.bingsurf.com/surfboards_elevator


    or the Zeph indy

    http://www.bingsurf.com/surfboards_indy

    How heavy is your Trimulux glassed???

  4. #44
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    small wave shortboard
    good wave shortboard
    vintage log

    i love riding all 3 and most times it's really all i need for most conditions in nj. the only time i think i need another board is when it's flat and i'm not riding any of them. for some reason that's when the brain starts thinking about what to add to the quiver for certain conditions, when in reality i already have great boards for the # of surfable days here.

  5. #45
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    I made up my mind . I picked the Elevator

    http://bingsurf.shutterfly.com/14212

  6. #46
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    Quote Originally Posted by MATT JOHNSON View Post
    Yeah the only thing i dont like about the Isis is how mid way it narrows in . I like the Am pretty much decided on the Elevator

    http://www.bingsurf.com/surfboards_elevator


    or the Zeph indy

    http://www.bingsurf.com/surfboards_indy

    How heavy is your Trimulux glassed???
    I like 8oz. volan glass with a deck & tail patch. My rails have extra glass also. Its a little on the heavy side but I like the weight. I had a 9'6" Modern for a while (I'm pretty sure it was a pop out) that I bought used. The glass was very light and so was the board. It dinged if you looked at it not to mention the pressure dents in the deck. It didn't paddle well and was only fair in catching waves on small days.

  7. #47
    3 and a half.

    5'10 um pro
    6'0 m-j um
    5'10 nectar quad retro fish
    the top half of a rusty fish i got off ebay, broke like 3 weeks after i got it for 50 bucks. i was poor and neeeded a surfboard :/ dont buy ebay boards

  8. #48
    I love the Laird hamilton quote. He really hits it on the head.

  9. #49
    Quote Originally Posted by NSsurfer View Post
    2 boards deep, 6'3 JS combat, and 5'8 CI Pod
    This is a terrific quote by Laird Hamilton. So true.

  10. #50
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    Quote Originally Posted by stoneybaloney View Post
    Good stuff. Did you use blanks?
    no he made them from air