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wtrskii3156 06-01-2008 3:46 PM

I just started riding a friends wakeskate and now im going to buy one. Should i buy the CWB Deck 45 or the Hyperlite Scape? And do you prefer tape or foam? Im about 140- what size?

wakemitch 06-01-2008 4:10 PM

if you are 140 then you want a deck around 40 inches. hyperlite and cwb decks are way too big

wtrskii3156 06-01-2008 4:54 PM

what type board would you suggest then?

wakemitch 06-01-2008 4:59 PM

if you are looking for a flat deck, LF has the 40" Faction. Theres not many other companies still making flat decks though. <BR> <BR>(Message edited by wakemitch on June 01, 2008)

wtrskii3156 06-02-2008 5:19 PM

have you heard anything about the CWB base? is that going to be any good. and whats the difference with the flat deck?

chris_b 06-02-2008 5:41 PM

I got a 2007 Hyperlite Catalyst on boardersbestbuy.com back in April for around $99. I love it! I had a Cassett wood deck before the Catalyst.

wtrskii3156 06-02-2008 6:37 PM

i am going to go with either the 2007 Hyperlite Catalyst or the CWB Deck 45. ive read the even though its a 45 its for all riders. is this true?

treycleaton 06-02-2008 6:48 PM

Don't get the 45, it will be too big, especially if you progress quickly. I have a Devotid flat deck (41) that I ride on a regular basis. I also have an ''05 Integrity that I love just as much. they are both lots of fun, and I can pull the same tricks on both. However, concave allows for a little more control and generally feels better under my feet IMO. Have fun

wakemitch 06-02-2008 10:30 PM

if you want to wakeboard without bindings get a 45" deck. <BR> <BR>if you want to wakeskate get a 40-42

nchype 06-03-2008 7:33 AM

its all about what you like and what fits your style

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