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Old 10th October 2006, 02:31 PM   #3
Lindbergh
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Default RE: A smaller board for bigger conditions?

Ok! I was a little surprised at the small volume you suggest, but after some additional reading this makes some sense. Did not realize 111-120 boards are considered to be "big" if used as strong wind boards.

I have learned much from this forum and your replies. Thanks for helping make an old dream become real in just one season! That's awesome, and I will now tune and practice to prepare for my next goal, the waves B)

Keep up the great work, Roger.
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