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  Didn't understand this...
  Posted by: rectorsquid on Sep-24-12 6:29 PM (EST)
 

"A deployed skeg might be even harder on your shoulder than no skeg, since it could require stronger sweeps."

Did you mean to say that turning with a skeg is a problem? Yes, that's true. But in a normal situation where a skeg is used, is it not always better than no skeg since it, by definition, is needed when it is needed?

I may have just misunderstood the context of the comment.

Dave



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