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Looking for a big boy (5’11 195lbs) sized board for general tomfoolery.

Lmk what you have!

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I have a 5’8 gbuzz sk8 in NJ... remember the volume is around 40 liters but not sure on the width/thickness.  What’s the size on the quadfish


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is it CFT?


5'10, 21", 2.5"

While CFT is bomb proof, stretch’s base epoxy is also pretty damn strong.


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while i don't disagree, i'd prefer to trade CFT for CFT  ;)

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I have a 5’8 gbuzz sk8 in NJ... remember the volume is around 40 liters but not sure on the width/thickness.  What’s the size on the quadfish


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is it CFT?


5'10, 21", 2.5"

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got a Stretch Quad Fish in mint condition with Stretch fins that i love but i've been jonesing to try the G-Buzz.


please let me know if any interest.






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anyone got any wetsuits (winter mode) in the L-XL range for sale?

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still lookin...

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some new pics (going to take the wax off this weekend if i don't sell it by then)

















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That’s mine. Still have it. Sorry about not replying I’ve been getting bombarded


think you're a bit far from me. :(

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Not mine, but in for sale in RI. Has been for quite some time and in your liters.


https://providence.craigslist.org/spo/d/stretch-gbuzz-surfboard/6367594715.html


Good luck.


he didn't answer. bummer.

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pains me that the gbuzz is gone

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selling my mint Campbell Brothers bonzer with True Ames 6.5" center fin


dims:


5'6
21 1/4"
2 1/2"

















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Buy and Sell: The Surfboard Exchange on NYNJSurf.com / WTB Stretch G-Buzz
« on: October 31, 2017, 10:39:09 AM »
hoping to find a G-Buzz with CFT construction and enough float for 195lbs (32-34 liters?)


thanks!

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Few people have it right, network and get in a good career position first. Spent many years in sales, but was on civil service lists. Now working for the state I have a flexible schedule because of career trust; when surf is good can work afternoons into evenings or vice versa. Definitely pay your dues a bit and it gets rewarded.  Also took a pay cut for a quality of life to spend more time with family, dog, etc.. Waves come secondary these days, but if your smart and plan ahead u can get in the water as much as anyone else.
i feel like those civil service jobs are impossible to get.


what type of role if you don't mind me asking?

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not specifically where, but location wise


i am trying to find a decent 9-5 gig that will allow me time to surf either before or after work


seems like almost all good gigs are Manhattan-based, which, if my commute is to be tolerable allows for next to no water time outside of weekends


haven't found it yet!

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saw a guy with a pretty nice rig taking shots on the beach - not sure if anyone knows who this could be. curious if i made it into any photos.

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