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Can$ price on the Goya? Is it the Super Skinny Pro?
https://goyawindsurfing.com/booms/y2019 ... kinny-pro/
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How big/old is that Chinook? I was going to cut down a formula boom but I'd rather sell if needed.
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grantmac wrote:How big/old is that Chinook? I was going to cut down a formula boom but I'd rather sell if needed.
older bolt on but has a proper clamp :arrow: seems quite solid
tempy wrote:Can$ price on the Goya? Is it the Super Skinny Pro?
https://goyawindsurfing.com/booms/y2019 ... kinny-pro/
Yes
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Marcus, what is the Can$ price? We all earn Can$ up here.
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Well, I don’t usually have deep inventories due to the non-existent market and the few Canadian customers are generally very frugal (friendly term?)... I have to re-order upon their purchase....as the dollar varies a fair bit, please consult the following, the internet is an amazing thing

https://online.royalbank.com/cgi-bin/to ... /start.cgi

At today’s rate that would be $950can, comparable Gorge costs for Chinook or Msrp are 20% more. Does that help?

PS: shipping alone for a boom is $100USD not including brokerage and taxes so my price is cost plus three beers...in case anyone wanted to dicker some or offer bitcoins...last one, I won’t be bringing any more in

Grant: older carbon boom is larger slalom variety up to 7.5 I’d guess, haven’t measured, price reflects
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Not trying to be difficult at all.

Here is the problem - when I use your calculator, the US690 = Can$898, not 950
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All black or the pink/black grip? Articulated head?
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tempy wrote:Not trying to be difficult at all.

Here is the problem - when I use your calculator, the US690 = Can$898, not 950
that indeed is what happens if you claim you HAVE 690US and you would only GET that little Canadian....sorry but the banks have it figured out....you might have noticed this when you go to San Carlos...

Grant, older boom, non articulating blue unit
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Hey, not going to be a hater here.

Just much easier if you just say price is Can$ x or USD y.
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tempy wrote:Hey, not going to be a hater here.

Just much easier if you just say price is Can$ x or USD y.
for you...not for me...if the dollar falls I get stuck with the increased cost....this way it’s fair...and...I have had this discussion. It’s much easier to be high volume distributor :roll: :wink: btw...did you actually want to buy one??
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want vs need analysis for me which I think need ( or not yet need) will win right now

I am / was super curious about the product compared to my own chinook carbon and the chinook rdg carbon I just bought my wife

interested to hear any feedback about how they compare

( my boom management has gone from “ one for every sail rigged on the beach” to “ one boom only, with a spare for breakages”)
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KUS wrote:Got two used large carbons:

Proline/windsurfing Hawaii A- B+ $450CAN
Chinook older $175CAN

140-190cm Wave SuperSkinny NEW Goya Boom $690US
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