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cryptic22 02-23-2004 2:33 PM

HL Broadcast or LF SkimSkate? <BR> <BR>I currently have a Landlock and I want something that spins easier. Iíve heard good things about both of these boards. Has anyone ridden both? What were your impressions? <BR>

sdboardr99 02-23-2004 4:13 PM

Why limit yourself to those two? There are plenty of other boards available: Inland Surfer, Phase 5, Trick Boardz, etc. <BR> <BR>Have you replace the fins on the Landlock with some premier fins? It'll spin a lot easier without those huge fins on it. <BR>

cabalisticfire 02-24-2004 11:48 AM

Bill J, Do you have more information or a link to exactly which fins you are talking about? I have a landlock and have been enjoying the stock fins but might like to try some smaller/looser fins.

jayman1 02-24-2004 1:53 PM

Bill J has a point on boards other than HL. I have both the Landlock and the Broadcast. The Landlock is stable...you can ride it standing on your head. The Broadcast is loose and is great for tricks. <BR>I have to share this vid of the best wakesurfer in the world ripping it up on a Phase 5. After entering the site, scroll down to the left and watch the video. <a href="http://www.420production.com/" target="_blank">http://www.420production.com/</a>

sdboardr99 02-24-2004 6:12 PM

Sorry, I haven't done it but have read on here about people just swapping out the stock fins with the fins from a Premier - apparently the are the exact same hole pattern. <BR> <BR>Hopefully someone that has tried it will post with complete info. <BR>

solo 02-24-2004 7:48 PM

The premier fins are the same as the fins on the Parks board, just not aluminum.

ndh2o 02-25-2004 3:46 PM

I've tried the Landlock with Byerly fins on it. Can't remember the size right off, but they were pretty small (1.1"?). Spins super easy.


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