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Old 05-09-2013   #11
Laramie, Wyoming
Paddling Since: 2005
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Originally Posted by johnovice View Post
I've got 7.5' on my 5' wide minimax.
48" wide NRS frame.
So far, so good.
Curious to try 8' sometime.

I run 8' on my mini me with a 48" wide nrs frame. I actually would prefer some 7.5's. Wanna swap?

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