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10-29-2014 12:10 PM
boarderaholic
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Originally Posted by lurker2014luke View Post
its also really enviromentally friendly.
Bamboo is not eco friendly at all.
10-29-2014 11:53 AM
lurker2014luke
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Originally Posted by ZacAttakk View Post
I love my land yacht but don't let the cheaper pintails scare you away. My first longboard was a bamboo series Sector 9 3foot+ pintail and it was what made me love the sport. I still love to cruse around on it. Actually it reminds me of snowboarding more then my expensive downhill board does. Its perfect for carving around.
its also really enviromentally friendly.
10-27-2014 12:01 AM
ZacAttakk
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Originally Posted by radiomuse210 View Post
This one:
Landyachtz - Boards

Or this one:
Landyachtz - Boards

Please and thank you. PM me for delivery address.

Seriously those are some sweet boards. Thanks for the link!
I love my land yacht but don't let the cheaper pintails scare you away. My first longboard was a bamboo series Sector 9 3foot+ pintail and it was what made me love the sport. I still love to cruse around on it. Actually it reminds me of snowboarding more then my expensive downhill board does. Its perfect for carving around.
10-26-2014 11:56 PM
ZacAttakk
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Originally Posted by F1EA View Post
Really?
Maybe because the stock bushings are like 83a... when i had Bears i was using 81a to try and get some dive out of them (and i'm 170 lbs)... then gave up and got Paris. Way better.

But most people complain Bear are too restrictive. Look at the bushing seat on the hangers... totally restrictive. Caliber is somewhere in-between Paris and Bear.

Then again... when ppl ride my board, even the go fast one they because it's super divey.
When I first got my bears I almost destroyed myself with speed wobbles cuz the stock bushings are shit. I got 93a venom bushings and flipped the hangers. with that combo on my 9two5 its super stable.
10-25-2014 08:25 PM
radiomuse210
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Originally Posted by Extazy View Post
I own this board and like it, but now I want something better with more flex. Probably gonna buy expensive "loaded" long board next summer.

I surf when it's summer so I wont get sad of no snowboarding, long boarding isn't as fun.
If you're ever looking to sell it for a good price, let me know!
10-25-2014 07:45 PM
Extazy
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Originally Posted by radiomuse210 View Post
Or this one:
Landyachtz - Boards

Please and thank you. PM me for delivery address.

Seriously those are some sweet boards. Thanks for the link!
I own this board and like it, but now I want something better with more flex. Probably gonna buy expensive "loaded" long board next summer.

I surf when it's summer so I wont get sad of no snowboarding, long boarding isn't as fun.
10-25-2014 05:43 PM
chomps1211 radiomuse, Here's a couple vids you might enjoy. Really good riding, and you can see the miriad types of boards these girls are shredding! Enjoy!

(if you want to skip to the action,.. it starts roughly 1/3-1/2 in on both vids.)



10-25-2014 03:57 PM
radiomuse210
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Originally Posted by F1EA View Post
LOL hahaha
Actually, wheels i have plenty, and maybe an extra set of trucks; not sure about the trucks cause I moved recently, but wheels for sure I have. So if you get a board let me know, i can help you out a bit.

The Drop-carve is pretty good too.
Thanks, I really appreciate that...knowing this makes getting one of those Landyachtz boards actually doable in the not-too distant future.
10-25-2014 03:27 PM
F1EA
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Originally Posted by radiomuse210 View Post
This one:
Landyachtz - Boards

Or this one:
Landyachtz - Boards

Please and thank you. PM me for delivery address.

Seriously those are some sweet boards. Thanks for the link!
LOL hahaha
Actually, wheels i have plenty, and maybe an extra set of trucks; not sure about the trucks cause I moved recently, but wheels for sure I have. So if you get a board let me know, i can help you out a bit.

The Drop-carve is pretty good too.
10-24-2014 10:12 PM
radiomuse210 This one:
Landyachtz - Boards

Or this one:
Landyachtz - Boards

Please and thank you. PM me for delivery address.

Seriously those are some sweet boards. Thanks for the link!
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