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dan_lorenze 06-24-2010 5:51 AM

Adding skags?
I have an 09 Lyman that I just bought, the board has excellent pop and lands awesome, the only problem is that it's too loose for edging and doesn't hold in turns as much as I like. Do people add skags to boards to help this out? Or, should I just find another board? I've got a pair of skags that I want to try adding... Thanks

rc005 06-24-2010 8:52 AM

whats a skag? even without knowing.. i would say no, people do not add them to the board.. your best bet would be to find a board you like better, maybe one that sits a little deeper in the water for better control..

Luker 06-24-2010 8:57 AM

If I remember correctly you should be able to replace the two inner fins with something bigger for more hold I would imagine... if thats the route you wanna go.

nuckledragger 06-24-2010 9:22 AM

Old school term.

cheesydog 06-24-2010 9:35 PM

have u already got the removable fins on? If you still find that too loose its not the board for you. You could try the S4, Similar characteristics but much deeper fins and will track harder.

dan_lorenze 06-24-2010 9:39 PM

Cool... Yes, I meant fins... Thanks for the advice..

bendow 06-25-2010 5:12 AM



nuckledragger 06-25-2010 5:37 AM

Fins = surfboard also

Skags is an old term not used anymore in either sport but we knew what you meant.

chikara22 06-25-2010 6:53 PM

I am having the same problem. Is there an option from LF to add slightly bigger fins for this board? I am riding the Lyman with the grind base and the fins are slightly shorter in profile and rides differently than the regular Lyman without the grind base. I also have an S4 and I like the edge that it has but it doesn't pop as much or land as soft as the Lyman for me. I would like to make this grind base board ride more like the non-grind base Lyman. Any ideas?

texastbird 06-26-2010 2:44 PM

Look here

chikara22 06-27-2010 12:12 PM

thanks. i will try those out

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