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I don't think the pussy has a clue of where to stand on the damn thing...Nice looking board. From my experience quads like to be surfed off the tail compared to twin fins that like to be surfed up front. If you want I can do some field research with your new board to tell you where the sweet spot is.
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LGREANZ wrote:tailpad will work wonders.
i'd go for astrodeck.
how long is that board.
ive got the same design but it s a 5"5 skateboard.
i have no clue how to post a pic ......
hope ur ready for some speed, ur surfing is gonna take off !
6'3" x 21 1/2 X 2 5/8.
I know you youngsters are scoffing but I'm an old man almost....I need a little help.
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Might want to try some quad sets besides those. I seem to get the best results w/trailers close in size to the lead fins. I have a Rawson 7.3 quad gun and a bunch from other people in all sizes down to 5.10. Setups like yours, for me have been among the worst ones. I can get Future Fins pretty damn cheap. I'll suggest some combos to try that you might like.
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Well I know how the quads are great for speed but how is it when busting the fins off the lip or tailslides. Is it a easy transition or is it like switchin from twin fin to tri? Any help would be appreciated seein how Im gettin a new custom made and and leanin towards the quad a bit.
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