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  Topic: OIL SPILL
willy.wipeout

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PostForum: Your Wave   Posted: Mon May 24, 2010 7:05 am   Subject: OIL SPILL
Is the oil spill having an effect on surfing in the States ? do surfers think enough is being done , sounds like BP were skimping on safety have they a backlash coming there way ?
  Topic: Wave Skater Boards
willy.wipeout

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PostForum: Paipo Board Design & Building   Posted: Sat May 08, 2010 6:21 am   Subject: Wave Skater Boards
My Waveskater board has arrived from the states, got it for the princeley sum of hundred pounds including postage must admit pretty impressed and can wait to try her out. Got the 45" version and now w ...
  Topic: Wave Skater Boards
willy.wipeout

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PostForum: Paipo Board Design & Building   Posted: Mon Apr 12, 2010 6:47 am   Subject: Wave Skater Boards
Nice looking board , we have a custom bodyboard maker in the uk the sells the materials to make your own board you can buy the foam Dow or the stiffer poly pro in 4ft x2ft x3.5" surlyn slicks ect and ...
  Topic: Wave Skater Boards
willy.wipeout

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PostForum: Paipo Board Design & Building   Posted: Mon Apr 12, 2010 4:44 am   Subject: Wave Skater Boards
Hi
Did the search ,seems like everyone who bought one had a lot of fun riding there waveskater my bodyboard is starting to de laminate so looking for a replacement I ride woodboards when in Uk but re ...
  Topic: Wave Skater Boards
willy.wipeout

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PostForum: Paipo Board Design & Building   Posted: Sun Apr 11, 2010 11:40 am   Subject: Wave Skater Boards
Hi
Has any one tried out the Wave skater board ? I came across it when looking on ebodyboarding. It looks like a plastic version of John Galera no fin boards , has any one ridden one ?
  Topic: Marine Ply
willy.wipeout

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PostForum: Paipo Board Design & Building   Posted: Sat Mar 06, 2010 7:47 am   Subject: Marine Ply
One company alone is listing six different types of marine ply all with B S standards.Palowina would be my wood of choice for the rails but will probably be using a very dense Balsa wood that I can ge ...
  Topic: Marine Ply
willy.wipeout

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PostForum: Paipo Board Design & Building   Posted: Fri Mar 05, 2010 6:11 am   Subject: Marine Ply
Hi
My next project thinking of using 3mm marine ply as deck , but what I really want to know is Marine Ply superior to ordinary ply. Also is there a light hardwood out there for making my rails, no ...
  Topic: Wax for WoodBoards
willy.wipeout

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PostForum: Your Wave   Posted: Mon Mar 01, 2010 5:38 am   Subject: Wax for WoodBoards
Are there better waxes for Wooden boards ?,my board has a epoxy glue finish but the wax I used has all come off after one surf . Have I got myself a dodgy batch of wax ? or are there better waxes for ...
  Topic: Swimfins
willy.wipeout

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PostForum: Your Wave   Posted: Sat Feb 13, 2010 6:04 am   Subject: Swimfins
I think that I read that George Greenough used to grind down the surports on his Duck Feet fins to make them more flexible and lop of a couple of inches as well , it seem,s like the stiffer the blade ...
  Topic: Swimfins
willy.wipeout

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PostForum: Your Wave   Posted: Fri Feb 12, 2010 7:03 am   Subject: Swimfins
I know this subject has probaly been done to death but bear with me ,is it better to have a stiff blade on your swimfin ? I would have thought a little flex would be better , like a spring storing ene ...
  Topic: Board Bags
willy.wipeout

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PostForum: Paipo Board Design & Building   Posted: Thu Feb 11, 2010 8:56 am   Subject: Board Bags
Hi

Having a board that,s to long for a Bodyboard bag , but to short for a short board bag thougt I might have to go down the road of a custom made bag with all the expense that incurs until on ...
  Topic: wave arrow
willy.wipeout

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PostForum: Paipo Board Design & Building   Posted: Mon Dec 14, 2009 10:05 am   Subject: Wave Arrow
With it,s triple hull minitrimarran twin fins hydroplane lift three hulls and two channels he seem.s to have covered all bases, I wonder if it,s fitted with a drinks cabinet or a plasma TV to watch as ...
  Topic: Photos
willy.wipeout

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PostForum: Your Wave   Posted: Sun Dec 13, 2009 11:58 am   Subject: Photos
Hi
Could someone tell me in simple terms how I go about posting my photos from facebook to this forum .Thanks in advance
  Topic: Hollow Balsa Board
willy.wipeout

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PostForum: Paipo Board Design & Building   Posted: Sun Dec 13, 2009 6:03 am   Subject: Hollow Balsa Board
Hi
My pictures never came out by the look of things, will have to try again this is not an easy sight to load pic,s on .It is based on Roy steward perimeter stringer design made from Balsa as Palow ...
  Topic: Hollow Balsa Board
willy.wipeout

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PostForum: Paipo Board Design & Building   Posted: Sat Dec 12, 2009 8:06 am   Subject: Hollow Balsa Board
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Hi

Have just finished building a Balsa board it is based on a bodyboard template it is 54 x 22.5" ...
 
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