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Topic: I need a long board
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Topic: I need a long board
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By:

Remi

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I need a long board

I need a long board  so if you have a use long board for sale let me know



By:

Dec

RE: I need a long board

I need a board 2...but i heard you can buy used long boards from the Tube surf school in Kata. If you havent already found 1.
Good luck

By:

Ted

RE: I need a long board

I have one in Bangkok. Pope Bi Sect. Harbor Design. Excllent.



By:

Ted

RE: need a long board??

My Carl pope Bi Sect is available, Habor Design.  I live in Bangkok, have surfed it many times Phuket, Vietnam, etc.  Now have my Aipa from Hawaii, since I weigh more.Harbor, 3 yrs old, board bag, excellent condition. $600, originally $1,100.

By:

seb

RE: I need a long board

hi,

can you tell me where did you surf in vietnam, i think i  m going to move for the very a long time in south asia, i ve been any months in india, thailand and cambodia, i think i will loking for a place near waves spot.....i looking for good and quiet spots in thailand, malaysia, or vietnam........

thanks a lot
seb

By:

khun mike

RE: I need a long board

a MP Bi/Harb, cool, what length? I'll be in SEA for 6 months, based in BKK starting Nov '05. Still got the board? I surf a 9'6" Anderson but do not want to haul it around. I lived in Phuket 4 years with little to no surf there. I went to Bali for surf. What about Malaysia for waves?
chok dee

Looking for surf spots in Thailand ?

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