Re: board security

From: Ken Poulton (
Date: Wed Jun 17 1998 - 20:59:14 PDT

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> racking boards on my jetta
> can anyone recommend any type of board security?

There are finbox locks for both the old A-box fin slots and
for newer through-the-board fin boxes. I use a homemade version
of the second type for my Tuttle-box boards.

Many production boards have tow-rope holes at the nose that can be
widened to accomodate a cable.

You'll also probably want board bags; go with the reflective bags.
My DaKine reflective bags have lasted for 3-4 years, while nylon-covered
bags fell apart in the sun in 4 months.

Ken Poulton

"I ought to say," explained Pooh, "that it isn't an ordinary sort of
boat. It all depends."
"Depends on what?"
"On whether I'm on top of it, or whether I'm underneath."
                                        -- Winnie-the-Pooh, A.A. Milne

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