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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 03-08-2010, 01:36 PM
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How to identify an Arbor board

I have found a used Arbor board for sale that is just listed as "Arbor hawaiian Koa" and has a wizard design on the back.

Does anyone know any place that would allow me to compare the bottom design with an archive of Arbor board designs? I want to get some additional information on the board before buying it (type of terrain, etc.).

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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old 03-08-2010, 04:57 PM
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Hmmmm....I'll have to ask my friend who had a similar question about his arbor that sounds like yours. He was looking for the date, which was a 1999. It say Hawaiin Koa on the front, typical wood grain arbor, the base is black but in the center is some dude that looks like a forest god (has a beard, etc whatever the hell that means, lol).

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Email Arbor and ask?

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Thank you for the input. I have contacted Arbor and they were very helpful. It is a 2000 Hawaiian Koa model. Unfortunatly, it is a 170 and I only need a 155. If anyone is interested, I know a good large Arbor board for sale for cheap.
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How much are you asking?

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I don't have the board, but they are asking for $75

If it was only a little long for me, I would probably get it to use on my two day trip next week. It is way to long for me and would probably do more harm then good.
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Yea 170 you really should be over 250....

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Is the board being sold online or in a shop? You didn't happen to note what condition the base and edges were in, eh?

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