cglazier wrote: ↑Sun Jun 06, 2021 4:20 pmA board that accepts a deep Tuttle mast will also accept standard or medium Tuttle mast. You may need longer screws.
As for jumping, racing gear like the 106 mast is designed to be very light and fast, not durable. You can jump it.. just don't expect a warranty if it starts to crack.. Personally I am happy jumping with my 101 mast and I find it plenty fast.
It is the top that is cut off, so you have a gap inside the board while the mast stays flush with the bottom of the board(besides tolerances of different boxes/masts)
In what boards did the tuttle box break? Didn't see that happen on the better racing boards.
That is not a bad idea, even if it was a bit tongue in cheek.evan wrote: ↑Tue Jun 08, 2021 10:46 amIn what boards did the tuttle box break? Didn't see that happen on the better racing boards.
We should make a list of foiling gear that doesn't fail with normal use! (or a list of weak foils, pick the one that is easier )
Moses (Sabfoil) T75. But as mentioned that was not due to normal use but due to jumping.
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