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Re: Surfboard Repair

Postby C.J. » Thu Apr 24, 2014 5:20 am

OhanaKai wrote:5200 will keep it water tight but it looks like crap and it Never goes away.... never ever want to see or deal with again :D
Bruce


yep that's why I use it. one time repair :)

I've made the mistake a few times of getting that stuff on my hands. you aren't kidding when you say it never goes away. :shock:
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Re: Surfboard Repair

Postby Bobby9 » Fri Apr 25, 2014 10:07 am

Alohabrother wrote:Bobby9 has taken my place of doing repairs now. I am sure he would love to do it. ;)
If not, just look around on youtube. There's plenty of info on there.

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Denny


Thanks AB for the coaching. Hope to make you proud one day.

This guy makes it look easy. Saw this while staying at the Holiday Inn.
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Re: Surfboard Repair

Postby Brian » Fri Apr 25, 2014 10:15 am

Bobby9, where you located? Eastside or????
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Re: Surfboard Repair

Postby Bobby9 » Fri Apr 25, 2014 10:27 am

Brian wrote:Bobby9, where you located? Eastside or????
thanks


Eastside. AB is only kidding. I talked to him for instructions and to get his wisdom. My surfboard repairs are a total hack job. I am learning with an old surfboard and hope to improve my skill. It is getting better but eon's away. Having the proper tool is the key.
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Re: Surfboard Repair

Postby Brian » Fri Apr 25, 2014 10:35 am

no problem, fully understand. just been lazy on a board, and havent gotten around to get materials. thanks.
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