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If your board has an outdated fin system.

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I can remove and replace it with your

requirements in mind.

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Fin box placement taken from an ex comp

longboard #surfboard, agile turning was

the aim for the owner.

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Enjoy Sarah.

Quality surfboard repairs by

#jeffthedingman

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How mad would you be as this was a brand new #surfboard.

After.

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Quality surfboard repairs by

#JEFFTHEDINGMAN

I’ll start of by wishing you a Happy New Year,

A JS SURFBOARD with a ding that requires professional attention.

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You can just see the repair in the middle of the apex of the rail.

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The JS MATRIX (middle).

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The above had a crease across the nose – during repair.

Note a slight darkening where the previous damage was.

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After multiple grades of sanding and machine polishing.

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A TRIS surfboard.

Professional surfboard repairs in Bournemouth.

#jeffthedingman

A Jeff McCullum with a wayward fin.

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#surfboard #repair #Bournemouth

Jeff The DING MAN 

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It got delivered like this – not to worry,

“Gentleman we have the technology to rebuild him”

(6 million dollar man)

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#SUP/#SURFBOARD REPAIRS

#Bournemouth #Poole #Dorset #UK

surfboard repair Bournemouth

Mark’s

 #lost surfboard.

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after

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http://www.lostsurfboards.net/surfboards/the-couch-potato/

#jeffthedingman

 

A Nose repair completed ready for the Bank Holiday.

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Enjoy Ghilly

A Surftech Hobie PSD in for a  ding that’s punctured the board to it’s core.

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Initially this doesn’t look to bad, once sanded back it was clear that the interior layers of glass / HD & EPS

foam had taken on Sea Water. 

Once dried out the repair can begin, various stages are required each allowing to cure before paint can be applied.

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Feel free to zoom in 🙂

Interestingly the repair grew  to 2″ and is fully glassed to maintain strength and  flex.

Some would use an epoxy putty to repair this, they are only good for an “emergency session saver” in my opinion.

As I see it the density of the putty is different from the original construction of the Surfboard, when the board flex’s cracks will occur and lead to sea water intrusion and finally delamination.

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Enjoy Luke.

Caring surfboard repairs by Jeff The DING MAN

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This is what happens when you impact upon a reef,

not to worry if you smash it I can fix it.