Shanon is right but instead of a dime go buy a wonder bolt which makes it easier to adjust the fin while you are in the water. If the fin is tight a gentle kick with your foot (better be wearing boots) should move the fin around. You'll know when you find the sweet spot. You might have to try a couple different fins but don't be afraid. Sometimes you find fins that you think won't work, work great and vice versa. There lies the fun of experimenting.
About 10 years ago I brought a Liddle egg into Anderson's factory for repairs. Scott got a good laugh as he looked over the board. Called it a thing as I recall. Sounds like those "things" have become a profit center. By the way, there are three or four Bojorquezes and a beautiful Liddle in the Beach House in Santa Barbara as of this afternoon. Roger
yeah, i know the "thing" story from Scott.He kinda knows about 'em, but would still snicker and ask why.(Scott, by the way is an outstanding sahper/glasser who really is willing to do anything).He was recently introduced to a "new" model Borojquez-as KP postead elsewhere, he wont put it down.I think he's been convereted!
I dropped a nice new 7'10''at Waveline in Ventura yesterday.KP.
Hey - while in the Beach House - did you happen notice if they had any used Brom Fish. I want a Brom Fish but can't afford a new one right now -- thinking they may have some used at the Beach House -- they did several months back and stupid me didn't go for it. It's a 2 hour trip up there -- I guess I could just call - wondering. Thanks.
try clyde beatty's showroom shop in sb he has some once in a while.Maybe ck his rocketfishes also??
No used Broms at the Beach House as of Sunday- An odd used 6'8 Liddle in there. Down rails, pulled nose, glassed side fins and a center box, really heavy. Didn't know he made anything like that.
Is anderson glassing the same guys who do dirty glassing?? i was going to get a board from the dirty guys, but someone told that they were the same glassers. just fixed a couple anderson boards, and were weak and sand through on rails near tail.. just dont wanna get a board that soaks up water b4 i ding it.. thanks Chris,,
Anderson is aquatech dirty glassing is just dirty http://www.surfboardglassing.com
So dirty glassing is no good your saying also.. but not the same as anderson.