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After with added colour band (customers request)

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To match the colour scheme on the deck of the QUIET FLIGHT surfboard.

A subtle surfboard 😉

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Smashed nose and wet foam / stringer.

Also this whole board has been spray painted and covered in flowers.4.1.13 029

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Notice I rebuilt the nose with safety in mind,

pointed nosed surfboards are dangerous.

I added some POSCA PEN artwork

CARING SURFBOARD REPAIR UK Bournemouth UK

Enjoy Michelle 🙂

A webber The Gutter Lover surfboard with a broken nose tip.

After nose surgery.

I discussed with my customer the safety issues of having a pointy surfboard nose,

https://southcoastcustomsurfboards.wordpress.com/2012/11/15/pointed-surfboards-are-dangerous-pascal-dattler/

this repair now adds increased safety for the owner whilst maintaining its aesthetics.

Quality surfboard repair

Before

After

fcs Quad fin plug repair Surfboard UK Bournemouth

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A longboard which I overhauled as both rail had ding/soft spots on them –

Best to nip the problem in the bud and repair before any serious damage

occurs, both rails repaired with 6oz glass and glassed to maintain the boards flex.

Jeff The Ding Man Surfboard Repairs UK Bournemouth

 

FCS fin plug requiring replacement.

I can see the light – correct H pattern cut !

All done – Enjoy Gary H.

Caring FCS style fin plug installs repair UK Bournemouth surfboard

Jeff the Ding Man

Paul’s Black & White surfboard in for a tail repair and other minor dings.

After

Plus a clean up and re polish of the underneath.

“Caring repairs by Jeff The Ding Man”

Please feel free to contact me for advice or free consultation for any board damage

jeffthedingman@yahoo.co.uk/ mobile 07523842833 /  www.facebook.com/jeffthedingman.

Andy’s Spider Murphy “THE BOMB” surfboard.

Tail ding.

After plastic surgery.

Surfboard repairs Bournemouth UK

Caring surfboard repairs by Royal Appointment (probably).

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Heading to the coast straight after #pagaent ends. Top queen, via the British Surfing Museum in North Devon.

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Size Matters !

WCM..wave catching machine

An ideal shape and concept for our local conditions.

Brought to you through the platform of  WordPress by Jeff The Ding Man.

Caring surfboard repairs in Bournemouth Dorset UK

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Miguel aka “gypsy surf child” showing off his 8’0” GFFFDW !

just to keep you in the loop, that stands for Giant Flying Floaty Fish – Double Wide !

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