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-   -   Best place to demo/buy CWB gear in Sac? (http://www.wakeworld.com/forum/showthread.php?t=334720)

attila916 06-12-2006 3:19 PM

I would like to check out the Absolute... <BR>I feel like my trip 38 is a bit small for me and is punishing on the landings. <BR> <BR>I am 6'1 200lb <BR>

dcranium 06-12-2006 4:06 PM

attila- have you tried waterski world- near the sunrise mall- they have lots of stuff. check the link:<<a href="http://waterskiworld.com/wakeboards/cwb_wakeboards/cwb_wakeboards.html" target="_blank">http://waterskiworld.com/wakeboards/cwb_wakeboards/cwb_wakeboards.html</a>>

attila916 06-12-2006 4:25 PM

I was there on Saturday morning but they did not have the absolute in stock...

tommyc 06-12-2006 5:59 PM

Come out to <a href="http://www.DWCBoardShop.com" target="_blank">www.DWCBoardShop.com</a>. We have alot of CWB stuff at grate prices. What are you looking for?

tommyc 06-12-2006 6:01 PM

Oh yea, we are at Kings Island Resort in Stockton on the Delta. <BR>

ridemyzamboni 06-12-2006 6:46 PM

Surf N' Skate started carrying CWB gear this year. They usually have a good selection to. <BR> <BR>They have a copuple locations: <a href="http://www.surfnskate.com/" target="_blank">http://www.surfnskate.com/</a>

zacky 06-12-2006 8:06 PM

Check out the shop inside Cope &amp; McPhetres (I know, I know). I think it is Boarders Paradise?? They have a pretty good demo program. I am pretty sure for $150 you get ten one-day demos. Then, if you buy a board from them, they put the $150 towards the board you are buying... Not too bad of a deal...

fyrdawg29 06-12-2006 9:07 PM

Go to Hot H2O in Sacramento. Good prices and great customer service.

dakid 06-12-2006 10:14 PM

surf and skate doesn't have demo programs. in fact, a guy there told me that all norcal shops did away w/ demo programs 'cause "they don't work." <img src="http://www.wakeworld.com/MB/Discus/clipart/lol.gif" border=0>

attila916 06-12-2006 11:06 PM

Thanks, does Hot H2O have carry CWB?

06-13-2006 1:47 AM

Atilla...I was in the same situation as you and I live in Sac as well. I actually work at Surf and Skate and am sorry to say that we dont demo boards as of yet. Water Ski World behind one of our stores does demo but they have a very limited selection. Hot H2O does not demo either, but Ultimate Watersports off of Folsom Blvd does demo and the guys there are cool as hell. I know for a fact they have an Absolute to demo...hit em up! 916-635-2628

scott_a 06-13-2006 2:46 AM

joe- next time you visit that shop let that guy know that i sold a substance w/ torqs today because the guy demoed it over the weekend and loved it. <img src="http://www.wakeworld.com/MB/Discus/clipart/lol.gif" border=0>

guido 06-13-2006 10:20 AM

Hey Attila, go check out the DWC boardshop and take the board out for a ride to see if you like it. As far as I know they are the only shop that is right on the water with a demo program. You could pull up, launch your boat, demo the board and buy it when you come back in if you like it. If you don't like it then roll back over and grab something else to try. They are only about 2 minutes from a killer riding spot. <BR> <BR>Also, super easy to find, right off I-5 in stockton area.

jefefitz 06-13-2006 10:27 AM

cope and mcphetres in rocklin should have it. call pat 916-630-8800

crash_vin 06-13-2006 10:40 AM

tommy, does dwc demo wakesurf stuff to, my crew and i would like to try this out <BR>

tommyc 06-13-2006 3:31 PM

We demo Inland Surfer, CWB, Hyperlite, Liquid Force, &amp; Krown. All boards are $20 per day and it applys towrds purchase. And our prices are, or will be, the best and the selection is very good.

crash_vin 06-13-2006 6:04 PM

thanks tommy, maybe ill see you this weekend

attila916 06-13-2006 6:37 PM

Thanks for the tips lads...

hillbilly 06-14-2006 3:11 AM

Give me a pull and you can try out my 05 Platinum!!!!!!!

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