Re: [ksurf] Any boardbuilders up here??
- email@example.com They are all into very nice and comples
fiberglass vacuum bag boards. Good stuff.
but I recommend plywood boards as well. I really like okume or maranti marine
plywood, sometimes referred to as british standard 1088. 9mm or 3/8" has 7
plys and no voids. It flexes through chop. You can turn up the tips and they are
hard to break. With one sheet you can get 3 boards. Try boulter plywood in
somerville, mass. or chesapeake light craft. They both sell them.
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- Go plywood:
Servaas #13 on www.stuntkites.nl
Cheap to build. Lasts at least 2 years.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "smeigel_12000"
> Hi there,
> I'm new to this group. I'm kiteboarding for two years now and I'm
> need of a new board because I now use a bic airflow 175 which isway
> to big now. So I thought, maybe it's fun to make my own board. Why
> not try it.
> Are there any other kiteboard builders in this group I can share
> information with??
Check out this group!
It's boardbuilding and boardbuilding only!
Happy kiting, whatever you fly!
All we do is foilkites!
From: smeigel_12000 [mailto:michielwildenberg@...]
Sent: vrijdag 12 november 2004 21:51
Subject: [ksurf] Any boardbuilders up here??
I'm new to this group. I'm kiteboarding for two years now and I'm in
need of a new board because I now use a bic airflow 175 which is way to
big now. So I thought, maybe it's fun to make my own board. Why not try
Are there any other kiteboard builders in this group I can share
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