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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. #81
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    Quote Originally Posted by oipaul View Post
    I bet the right longboard could handle all of that...
    Thanks - but i'll get my magic board advice from someone who hasn't gone through 17 boards in the past 3 years!


  2. #82
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    Quote Originally Posted by mitchell View Post
    Thanks - but i'll get my magic board advice from someone who hasn't gone through 17 boards in the past 3 years!

    You'll notice that the one board I have kept is the good old 9"0" rides knee high to head high!

  3. #83
    Quote Originally Posted by mitchell View Post
    IMO Theres no such thing as "east coast waves"

    Rhode Island point breaks in 40 degree water 6mm rubber
    Hollow Poverty Beach
    IRI with suckout pits on one side and fishy/longboard waves on the other
    Mushy Assateague
    Perfect OBX with 75 degree water
    Florida summer with endless waist high wind swell and 80 water.

    all east coast waves but my guess is you'll find it hard to pick a board that does well in some, without being the wrong board in the rest.
    Yes your right but I was being vague. I was referring to more of NJ, DE, and MD

  4. #84
    I've got.......

    6'2" futura firewire

    6'3" custom S.O.D.

    6'3" cole grasshopper

    9'0" canyon longboard

    I want to get a cole trunk board when i get the money

  5. #85
    Quote Originally Posted by DEwaverider View Post
    Yes your right but I was being vague. I was referring to more of NJ, DE, and MD
    I have only rode it a handful of times I actually have been moving towards boards that are shorter and wider, they just work better for me. So its kinda just been sitting there collecting dust.

  6. #86
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    Quote Originally Posted by DEwaverider View Post
    Yes your right but I was being vague. I was referring to more of NJ, DE, and MD
    yeah i figured you were...i was just being a d*ck plus i think there are actually quite a few people who think all east coast waves are basically the same deal. BTW i agree with mreuther on the shorter wider boards working...

  7. #87
    Quote Originally Posted by Exit98Surf View Post
    C3: Where are you located? Do you do epoxy? I've seen some of the boards you've posted and they look nice...
    located in lewes DE. Yes i shape eps. Thanks for the comments. I am finishing an eps dane reynolds copy right now can't wait for some waves

  8. #88
    Quote Originally Posted by c3boardwerks View Post
    located in lewes DE. Yes i shape eps. Thanks for the comments. I am finishing an eps dane reynolds copy right now can't wait for some waves
    I cant wait for mine

  9. #89
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    6'8
    6'2
    6'6
    7'6 <-wife's funboard that she used, never...

  10. #90
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    wb and you can find me at crystal and sweetwater and all over wb.
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    6'1 al merrick flye tuflite- screw around shorebreak board
    6'1 jimmy keith high perfromance parabolic rails overal shortboard used.
    7'6 funboard/gun pin tail but rides very good in small surf and fast in small surf when its not shortboardable.

    im wanting to get a custom retro fish but gotta wait for the money.