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johnnymac 01-04-2013 12:11 PM

WTB: Signal Rocker Light
 
Hey I have been looking to buy a signal rocker light 150-152cm. Can't find last years models still being sold anywhere unless its for a ridiculous price or the wrong size. If anyone has one they aren't using or knows where to find a good deal on one let me know!

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Mfoehrkolb 01-21-2013 03:57 AM

WTB: Signal Rocker Light
 
How about a 154?

johnnymac 01-21-2013 11:24 AM

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Originally Posted by Mfoehrkolb (Post 608985)
How about a 154?

No thanks that is a little too big.

Mfoehrkolb 01-21-2013 11:34 AM

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Originally Posted by johnnymac (Post 610329)
No thanks that is a little too big.

--- KK, wasn't sure if less than 1 inch was that serious, eerr 3/4 of an inch. Don't know your specs, but thought i should bring it to the table. GLWF.

johnnymac 01-21-2013 12:59 PM

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Originally Posted by Mfoehrkolb (Post 610377)
--- KK, wasn't sure if less than 1 inch was that serious, eerr 3/4 of an inch. Don't know your specs, but thought i should bring it to the table. GLWF.

I'm not sure how not knowing that 154 is slightly bigger than 150-152 is not knowing my specs. There is a lot of difference in the control and ride with minimal changes in length. That is why they sell different boards so close in size.

Mfoehrkolb 01-22-2013 02:08 AM

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Originally Posted by johnnymac (Post 610705)
I'm not sure how not knowing that 154 is slightly bigger than 150-152 is not knowing my specs. There is a lot of difference in the control and ride with minimal changes in length. That is why they sell different boards so close in size.

--- 3/4" isn't going to be that drastic (if even noticeable) in a change IF you are truly willing to ride a 152. As for specs, 152 could be your max because of your weight requirement, and or where you plan on riding/what you plan on doing. I have no clue about anything about you, nor did it hurt to "offer" a 154. Quite logical thinking on my part, but as i said... GLWS.


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