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ladythump 06-22-2005 1:43 PM

What exactly is a half cab on the INT novice list? <BR>I'm guessing it is getting air (1 wake) fakie. <BR>Is that correct?

lchamaschuk 06-22-2005 2:15 PM

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brhanley 06-23-2005 10:32 AM

Actually, a half cab is, like a lot of wake moves, an old skate term. Coined after Steve Caballero and his patented switch frontside 3's. A half cab, therefore, is a switch frontside 180, or half a cabellero. <BR> <BR>That definition is incorrect because it would include switch backside 180's. Peace.

hypo303 06-23-2005 7:07 PM

A half cab is a switch 180 one or two wakes. <BR>foe.. example if you do a healside 180, <BR>you will be riding switch ,then you 180 back over the wake.it can be heelside or toeside <BR> <BR> <BR>(Message edited by hypo303 on June 23, 2005)

brhanley 06-28-2005 12:38 PM

once again, a switch <u>backside</u> 180 is NOT a half cab. <BR> <BR>I think you're right about heel v. toe, though. Hadn't thought about a toe frontside 180 being a half cab, but I think you're right.

thane_dogg 06-28-2005 12:53 PM

thanks for clearing the up Brian.

big_b 10-28-2005 10:30 AM

half cab just means that you start a trick riding switch and land it regular

toesideturtle 10-30-2005 7:32 PM

listen to Brad

wake_upppp 11-25-2005 8:34 PM

Brad has it right.

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