the twinnies on my Mark Richards are 5" Base and 5 1/2" Deep with a little removable trailor. cant wait to try it straight out as a twinnie.
how do you find smaller twins benny? ive got this template with glass-ons on my twin.
they look fun .
...Thanks for posting that , Josh !
I have some around that size , but mostly mine are 5 1/2'' base x 5 1/2" depth , to 6" base x 5 1/2" depth
...but , it might be time to make some (wood core) 6" x 6''s , I think . [I DO have a coupla templates to choose from , no DOUBT !]
Let me know how your M.R. twinny goes as a twinny eh , Josh ?
....did you get to surf it this morning ?
(I took out my 9' mal here . Got some fun little glassy ones ...)
Surfed the MR as a twinnie this morning and it went great! felt really good espicelly backside. nice and fast and really snappy quick manuevers. took me a while to get used to a twin fin, might have to wear a leggie while i'm learning the twinnie ropes.
look forward to more twinnie work.
they definatly feel bright and lively in the water!
okay , let's see if this works ....
this "should" be pretty much to those dimensions you mentioned Josh , want to place your fin against this to double check ?
[I guess it might depend on the size of individual screens too, or not ?]
M.R. Twinnie template .....
it came up about an inch smaller in depth and base on my screen. i love twinnies
it is exactly 5 x 5 1/2" on MINE !
my mark richards...
That looks like fun.