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About lazzyone


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  1. $10 a board foot is what you will typically find in NY. Was it true 2x6? Also note that lumber prices have been shooting through the roof recently.
  2. It is not durable. The UVLS is a replacement to a previous clear that was more durable but now it's a one part and doesn't hold up nearly as well. It is good for an intercoat or as a carrier for the createx candies though. You just need to top the bait of with a real clear after.
  3. I'm not saying not to wear a respirator.. I'm saying You don't need an explosion proof fan on your booth for createx. I've read the safety data sheets. The createx line of paint, clear and reducers aren't flammable.
  4. I don't think anything in the createx line requires an explosion proof fan.
  5. Krok..310lb and 500lb. Cheapest ive seen is on Amazon for around $7
  6. Iwata Eclipse covers a wide range of uses
  7. The createx autoair paints aren't solvent based they are acrylics..when you use the 4030 additive it becomes a acrylic urethane hybrid that is very durable.
  8. A few I'm working on..split personality
  9. Can I get 12 of the the 11" purple unrigged and 7 of the red 16" unrigged. Thanks
  10. Playing around with a new shape..this fish approved.
  11. Take a look at the Lami carbon surf. Very capable rod and at a very reasonable price point.
  12. The SuperSurf is a faster action blank in comparison to the GSB which is much more parabolic. For what you're planning to use it for I would prefer the SuperSurf. I prefer the SuperSurf because I like it's sensitivity and its faster action. If I was throwing eels or big metal lips or something like that I'd prefer the GSB.
  13. Get rid of the tail hook..just a flag and put on two cut 3/0 mustad 5x's
  14. Not sure if you're talking about from a boat or the surf. If you mean from the surf..The problem is permits. You need a permit and it's assigned to the vessel. I don't know how this works for catch and release but I can't imagine that if you you actually landed one from the surf that it would survive a release. Several years back someone landed a small one from the surf, he kept it and posted pictures..he was eventually busted. Disregard...I reread and see you mean from a boat.
  15. Just a heads up. The blind one is not the deep diver... although it gets down deep.