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    Dumpster Diver for Sale

    I have a 6'0" Channel Island Dumpster Diver for sale. Board is basically brand new. I picked it up the other day and surfed it this morning - it's a little small for me.

    Dimesions are 6'0" x 20 1/2" x 2 5/8".

    The board comes with a channel island deck pad and M5 fins.

    First $550 takes it.

    Message me if you are interested. I'll post some picks tomorrow.
    Last edited by jml7140; Jul 11, 2010 at 04:28 PM.

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    What are the dimensions? Thanks

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    I updated the post to include the dimensions - let me know if you r interested

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    Just fyi a board that wide and thick, not to mention 6 feet long, can float just about anyone. Especially if it's epoxy, which is pretty standard on those boards, that thing could float someone 225 w/o a prob.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SkegLegs View Post
    Just fyi a board that wide and thick, not to mention 6 feet long, can float just about anyone. Especially if it's epoxy, which is pretty standard on those boards, that thing could float someone 225 w/o a prob.
    Just so no one is confused. The board is not an epoxy, although they do make this board in it.

    As far as floating someone up to 225lbs, I'd have to disagree. When I asked the guys at Channel Island what size I should get, they recommended the 6'0" and I am 195lbs and 5'9". I feel like it is still a little small for me. Might be because I normally ride a slightly wider quad and twin fin or I'm getting old and can't paddle anymore. Or it could be the deep single concave that runs all the way through the board that removes a lot of the foam.

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    Wider than 20 1/2"?????!!!!! Thats insanity!!!!

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    I was just suggesting maybe giving yourself a few more sessions on it, i know those boards can be hard to come by.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SkegLegs View Post
    I was just suggesting maybe giving yourself a few more sessions on it, i know those boards can be hard to come by.
    yeah, i'm kind of leaning that way. i have too many boards. i guess that's not a bad thing though . i'll have to see how it works when the surf gets a little better if nobody picks it up before then.