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good australian boards« on: March 30 2008 01:03:00 »
hey im in the Melbourne area for a couple of moths for work and i couldnt bring my board with me. i wanted to pick up a board while im here. I dont really have time to have one custom made. im a bigger guy so i usually get something a little wider and thicker.
RE: good australian boards« Reply #1 on: March 30 2008 18:03:00 »
Man if I was in Melbourne i'd go and check out Andrew Stump.
I got one of his boards years ago and had to phone him to tell him it was a masterpiece.
I got it in Ballina and it could be a one off.
I gave it to my son and even a Porpoise got under it once and got into a series of movements uner it a Byron.
(I reckon it was geting off on the shape)
RE: good australian boards« Reply #2 on: March 31 2008 09:03:00 »
Two words young man JIM BANKS
RE: good australian boards« Reply #3 on: April 02 2008 00:04:00 »
I would love the opportunity to shape you a board, I make "MORE Surfboards". Please contact me if interested in a great new board, starting at $490 for fish and shorties....
web-site completed next week.......www.moresurfboards.com next week, check it out....
RE: good australian boards« Reply #4 on: April 02 2008 01:04:00 »
Kunk check Zaks boards if your looking for something cheap and made by independent shapers or for a killer board try Bean at Balin in Rye.
RE: good australian boards« Reply #5 on: April 03 2008 21:04:00 »
Jim Banks is too expensive.
Dahlberg not, and isn't expensive.