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Finished Dimensions: 8' x 34" W x 4 1/2" Thick
Just released! This new SUP design is easier to build using smaller rail strips than the 11' model, and requires 8' lumber which is more readily available. This little guy has almost as much volume as the larger model but is much lighter and more maneuverable than its big brother. At 34" wide it is nice and stable too!!
This model can carry riders up to 250lbs and usually weighs around 35lbs+or-, but weight can vary depending on your wood selection. You can adjust the finished Paddle-board size from 8' - 9' long by printing the plans at 100%-110%
See pics of some Stand-Up-Paddleboard that were built using these plans.
8' SUP Plans & Manual
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Start building your own Wooden PaddleBoard or surfboard TODAY! My plans are the easiest to build and the board is almost finished when assembled! After assembly you will just trim and shape the outer edges. Don't waste your time and money on cheap-o plans that make flat, featureless logs, or complicated plans with a billion tiny pieces. My plans feature domed decks, spoon nose option and Vee-tails in the performance boards. AND they are easy to build with just 4 triangle strips per side!
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Quick reference:Now you CAN build your own. I have refined my blueprints to be user friendly, having the rail layout pre-drawn and the concave option all laid out. Just print them out, paste them on, and cut out the pieces! Need extra help? I have put together a complete manual to accompany these plans, which covers rocker jig setup, ripping jigs, and some do's and don'ts to make the build easier for the first time builder. This book is in PDF Format and will be emailed to you. You need Acrobat Reader, which is on most all computers, or download it free here.
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