I pick this board up for $20 in a yard sale. It has a cool shape and would like more information on it. The board has no info written anywhere on it. The only marking are the logos. The fin boxes are O'fish'l so I assume it's at least an early design. I could not date the Loehr design logo; I also assume that this board is epoxy. There is also delaminating around the center fin box, can delamination be repaired or should I make this a wall hanger, any advice would be great
Any photos would also be “great”.
having issues uploading them. this my first time using this site
can you post the photos to a hosting site like flickr.com or picasa or photobucket, and then give us a link?
ha! stingray I was thinking the same thing! I was gonna say, I can’t help with dating a board, but I recommend finding a woman, and I would never advice you delaminate a repair!
but seriously franquij, yes delams can be fixed, and what brand are the logos?
I got the photos up, and you all are too much. I guess I am going to have to watch how I word stuff now "lol" thanks for the laugh
That’s a Greg Loehr board! Anything can be fixed on a board. You just have to ask yourself how much time and money do I want to put into the board? If you are doing the repair yourself then you’ll save labor costs, and it could be a great learning experience. Ding repair is pretty basic so I’d say dive in and give it a whirl. Here’s a short video on super basic repair you can reference.
Yeah I was going to do the repair. I was thinking cut away the bad epoxy and reapply and sand down