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RE: Best east coast boards« Reply #1 on: November 20 2007 14:11:00 »
Phillips cut down the typical 9' in 1970 to compete with McTavish's tracks laid down with his 8' on Honolua Bay (Plastic Fantastic) and worked well on Matunuck and Montauk walls; twin-fin design by Blue Chip also bogged down like Australian prototype (don't know name,but had stars on deck?) and only worked when howling fall offshores met rare ground swell.
RE: Best east coast boards« Reply #3 on: November 22 2007 00:11:00 »
Tom ? Your worse then Gay !!! Your obnoxious and ennoying. Go shoot yourself.
RE: Best east coast boards« Reply #4 on: November 28 2007 19:11:00 »
I challenge Tom to explain how a surfboard works and wave dynamics; it'll be more semi-literate misspellings, pidgin 'english', and boring ramblings, but go ahead TOM- make our day!
RE: Best east coast boards« Reply #5 on: November 28 2007 23:11:00 »
Lay off the dude ! Tom's right about you. You insult him more then you talk about the subjects of the forum. Tom.. to answer your question about the surfboard you asked about. it's Ultra light Surfboards. But they went out of business 22 yrs ago. Don't let these piss ants piss you off. You may have bad spelling, but you have a higher vocabulary. Their just losers who have nothing better to do with their lifes the single you out for stupid superficial reasons. They probably surf less then you do.
RE: Best east coast boards« Reply #6 on: November 29 2007 15:11:00 »
I told both you boys that not finishing continuation school would be harmful; now, you and Tom have to clean the fish weirs in St. John's and receive therapy for attacking that nun. Shame!
RE: Best east coast boards« Reply #7 on: December 01 2007 20:12:00 »
Teacher got spanked by Tom !!!! Hahahahaahahaaaaa !!!
Teacher ? A retard just burned you !!!! So what do you have to say for yourself now ? What a crime.
RE: Best east coast boards« Reply #8 on: December 01 2007 21:12:00 »
The concave deck, 8' board length, and lighter fiber construction put MacTavish trackers out in front of poorly functioning twin-fins and old school pop-out logs. Warren's poinnt has 200 yd. lined-up walls where the tracker excelled; to the oafs, how boring and tired you are!
RE: Best east coast boards« Reply #9 on: December 02 2007 08:12:00 »
I bought my first Surfboard from a VB native in 1986. One year after I bought my Mach 20 RS Bodyboard from WRV. Way back when Morey was still making foam boards.
My most recent board is a Longboard I bought at yet again WRV, And my Bodyboard is a Tubes board that I picked up in Duck Outfitters in the Obx. Both boards are at the cottage, so I am looking to buy one Bodyboard really cheap and also another Longboard, until I head back to the banks in June. How bored are you ?