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Re: Tim Stamps - Shaper of the Year [Re: Greg Griffin] #2308562
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Originally Posted By: Greg Griffin


Tim obivously cares too . smile2 Which is a big plus .


ok i was confused then .

glad to know you think it matters too smile

Re: Tim Stamps - Shaper of the Year [Re: retodd] #2308566
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From our many conversations you know its always mattered to me .

Thats why some glass shops won't do my boards and fin makers won't make my fins .

Keep the pics and stories coming , this eerb can make this happen . computer

Re: Tim Stamps - Shaper of the Year [Re: Greg Griffin] #2308570
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i know it matters to you and your boards/fins

was just confused on why it should not be mentioned with Stamps . most of his Pu/Pe is done in his factory where Tim is able to oversee all steps with his own 2 eyes and hands .

when not done in his shop the watermans guild does them

and pure glass does his epoxy ( the guy who does them there used to work for Stretch )

Re: Tim Stamps - Shaper of the Year [Re: retodd] #2308572
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My apologies for the confusion .

It is part of the total package .

Re: Tim Stamps - Shaper of the Year [Re: Greg Griffin] #2308575
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Pottz has been riding a Stamps Twinzer over here..

Re: Tim Stamps - Shaper of the Year [Re: Greg Griffin] #2308595
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Originally Posted By: Greg Griffin


Keep the pics and stories coming , this eerb can make this happen . computer


Who decides who shaper of the year is and do they watch what we're up to?


Nobody surfs here anymore..........it's too crowded

shaka
Re: Tim Stamps - Shaper of the Year [Re: laidback] #2308685
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His customer service is remarkable.

He shaped me a six-channel, single fin and this was during a crazy heat spell and the glass job was not done to his standards. Without me even knowing, he shaped another six channel, single fin blank and sent it out to Watermans Guild for the rest.

Above and beyond. And btw, Watermans work is just retarded good. Never seen anything so good.

Tim is solid


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Re: Tim Stamps - Shaper of the Year [Re: FresnoRipper] #2309037
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You guys need some help smile2










Re: Tim Stamps - Shaper of the Year [Re: ] #2309074
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My quiver is always changing (my sickness)

This was a good one from a couple years ago


Nobody surfs here anymore..........it's too crowded

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Re: Tim Stamps - Shaper of the Year [Re: laidback] #2309107
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Originally Posted By: laidback
My quiver is always changing (my sickness)

This was a good one from a couple years ago


Me likey all three


"The size / dimensions don't matter. What does matter is that it's flammable. Because you should set it on fire and get a real surfboard" Witchipoo
Re: Tim Stamps - Shaper of the Year [Re: ] #2309121
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Originally Posted By: Havoc_Bro
What model is the log?


That's the "Javelina"...the Stamps pig


Nobody surfs here anymore..........it's too crowded

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Re: Tim Stamps - Shaper of the Year [Re: laidback] #2309139
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Stamps rules jam_on


Haole to you too!
Re: Tim Stamps - Shaper of the Year [Re: Dawn_patrol] #2309223
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Originally Posted By: Dawn_patrol
shapes WCT shortboards for Courtney and Brett. Pretty impressive. beer


And some others. ....... rockinrockin


Nobody surfs here anymore..........it's too crowded

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Re: Tim Stamps - Shaper of the Year [Re: captyoda] #2312390
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Finally, got my 1st Stamps (Grinder X), i got 3 things to say about the board and 3 only..

it paddles good
it turns on a dime
Super FAST

What more can I ask for? shrug never knew I could surf this good grin
rockin rockin rockin

What other models you guys are stoked on? Want to custom order a couple from him now...

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Re: Tim Stamps - Shaper of the Year [Re: Greg Griffin] #2312399
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5-10 FX round tail, 6-2 shadow, 6-3 scarecrow



FX is the best stub groveler I've ridden. Super fun with whatever fins I throw in there. Probably best as a quad but last session I rode it as a twin fin with the little trailer and it went off. So fun.

Shadow has seen the most use. A welcome addition to the quiver. Great for making the most out of whatever I end up surfing. Really like the board on my backhand for whatever reason. Had a few sessions at the same spot where I was making some turns that were way better than usual. Didn't like the quad setups I've tried but it's plenty fast a thruster. Rusty Blackstix w/ F4 center is the combo.

Haven't ridden the scarecrow much but I've had two really good sessions on it in quality waves. Probably could have gone an inch longer or a little thicker. Still figuring out fins. AM2's were too much, JJF's were better but maybe not quite enough.

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