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4000 Daggerboard

4000 Daggerboard

SKU: 129888
Rated 5.0 out of 5
Based on 1 review
558,00 €
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With new aluminium tooling, designed by Derek Clark, we can now offer an extremely high quality GRP 4000 daggerboard at a competative price. The tooling has also enabled us to introduce a carbon fibre trailing edge to reduce vibration improve durability and at the same time look sexy. Read more

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With new aluminium tooling, designed by Derek Clark, we can now offer an extremely high quality GRP 4000 daggerboard at a competative price. The tooling has also enabled us to introduce a carbon fibre trailing edge to reduce vibration improve durability and at the same time look sexy.

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Reviewed by Trevor
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5 Stars

Fast, light, good looking and a well made blade that reduces the noise and vibration when planing. No need for sanding the trailing edge anymore, this is good-to-go straight out of its plastic bag. When foils are this good I would recommend changing foils long before changing sails for the performance difference ( including rudder blade). The surface of the blade seems hard and more scratch resistant but avoid dents and damage as they appear harder to repair. Watch-out for how you place it on your boat on the way to/from the water and when the boat is ashore keep it in its padded bag as much as possible. I store mine upside down in its padded bag to avoid damage to the leading or trailing edges or the blades tip.

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