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01 June , 2011, 14:22:02 PM
All newbies need help,they so confused the the board the see they, buy,....
 
Im no FAN, might look good, graphics,blah blah blah, but most of them ride like shit, as 4
2 decks the bullet and the lacey
 
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01 June , 2011, 14:24:48 PM
Project Skateboard will be available through this site very soon!
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01 June , 2011, 14:30:57 PM
listen here bjorn,...why must ppl wait 4 u to do stuff???
 
 
 
 

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01 June , 2011, 14:33:45 PM
hehe. i'm the one waiting mate. the poor guy is very busy with orders. ;)
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01 June , 2011, 14:37:42 PM
as to your question, i think it's because those boards are the most readily available. they're in the surf shops everywhere. my first board was also a s9 as i did not even know any other boards existed. even if i did, i did not understand the difference. hoping guys might find this site before they do their first purchase and then guys here could give them some advice. hopefully we can send them in the right direction.
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01 June , 2011, 15:22:06 PM
As a kid sector 9s were always in the skate mags so they are often the only boards lots of us newbees know. I have been riding boards of various sizes for 14 years and the sector 9 i bought rides beautifully, it carves like a dream and hasnt bucked me off with any ridiculous speedwobbles at low speeds... and yes... its because they are readily available, and cheap. Complete for R1600... with gullwing trucks. Thats cool with me.

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05 June , 2011, 22:21:45 PM
think they are kinda like the Maui And Sons of the downhill fraternity... I recieved mine as a gift from the Uk and think its great all round, but buying new in SA i would Support the SA brands...
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05 June , 2011, 22:46:29 PM
I'm hoping to eventually get all the SA brands available through this site. It's coming, been in contact with some of the guys and it's a work in progress!
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17 November , 2011, 19:45:27 PM
cuase they are affordable and at least you can see a newbie coming from a distance
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06 December , 2011, 09:47:37 AM
Im a newb and before going out and buying me a board i did my homework first, at first i had my sites set in a S9 and thought there was nothing better than that, till i came across this this site where i saw a whole variety of boards and other goodies.
So as a newb im staring out with a Landyachtz 9two5  ;D , i know pretty big step for someone whos just starting out :-[ . But then again thats just me ;)

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06 December , 2011, 09:49:20 AM
nothing wrong with buying a proper board from the beginning and saving yourself a bunch of cash!
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06 December , 2011, 10:14:54 AM
Thats the same thing i thought, and now im building myself a deck and buying all my parts from Longboarding SA. ;D
 
 

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06 December , 2011, 10:32:20 AM
aweh. thanks for the support man. ;)
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06 December , 2011, 10:36:22 AM
Thats the same thing i thought, and now im building myself a deck and buying all my parts from Longboarding SA. ;D

As there are no other shops i can buy my gear from anyway, and this is the only site i could find "locally" aside from importing gear which would be more pricey ofcourse.

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25 April , 2012, 11:29:37 AM
i have a sector 9 in fact i have three diffrent one. im also a newbie but also did my homework and i ended on going with sector and in my opinion and iv ridden many boards since and watched guys on there differant boards and from what iv found sector make an awsome board and i dont plan on changing 

 

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