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BlairJ 06-02-2014 1:43 PM

Where to buy replacement fins
I've been trying to get replacement fins from my board manufacturer but no luck. He tells me that I need Future V2F4 fins in a quad configuration. I can't seem to find them anywhere online.

Thanks in advance for any direction.

cowwboy 06-02-2014 5:45 PM

I just googled them and found a ton with varying prices.

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BlairJ 06-02-2014 5:55 PM

Lots of 5 fin and 3 fin sets, trouble finding the 4 fin set.

cowwboy 06-02-2014 6:14 PM



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cowwboy 06-02-2014 6:16 PM

You can prob find cheaper ones but im on my phone so not looking hard.

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cowwboy 06-02-2014 6:34 PM

There was a online store that is a lot of help for supplies.
Foam ez I think. Try calling them.

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wolfe_drew 06-02-2014 7:57 PM

Check out these fins. We moved to these from the F4's and think they are great.


wakemitch 06-02-2014 9:23 PM

The V2F4s are only sold as a thruster set. There are no quad trailers in that set. Most riders use the TMF-1 or TMF-2 as the trailers.

California Marine Sports was them all in stock and they know what works well for Wakesurfing

BlairJ 06-03-2014 7:43 AM

Thanks for all the leads, plenty to go on. Thanks again.

Chaos 06-03-2014 2:30 PM

Mitch is basically correct, a little over a year ago, Futures separated out the quad rears from most of their lead fins, and stopped selling them as sets. They sell a variety of rear quads so it makes more since for manufactures and retailers to pick and choose the rear fins they want. They actually sell them as just Vector 2 lead fins (but if you are a dealer or manufacture they usually ship them as a 3 fin set, because they produce them a thrusters in the mold). They do not need or want the extra center fins.

Cal marine can hook you up. I would strongly advise going to a premium fin. I am partial to my fin. You can use the link Drew provided.


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