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[*] posted on 5-5-2012 at 12:38 PM
Stolen: Ground Industries Akoni Kama board (from the Ohio area)


Not mine, but lifted from a SurfingDirt forum member's car.

Picture of Board
  • Custom graphic
  • Burton heel straps
  • Rubber diamond plate grip

Also stolen:
"I remembered I had my extra camera in the car also, it's gone, and so is my gps that was in the storage bin between the seats. Also remembered this morning that my custom made chrome molly wrist guard slide gloves were in my gear bag."

Original Surfing Dirt Forum thread

If anyone sees anything suspicious posted on eBay, the Ohio area Craigslist, etc., a heads-up that I could pass along would be appreciated.

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Sam




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[*] posted on 5-6-2012 at 04:53 PM


This is just wrong. I hate having to lock my car. But I have learned to do it.



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[*] posted on 5-7-2012 at 09:52 AM


I do the nightly lock check of the cars. And I make sure my car is gutted of anything that I might feel bad about losing. No kites, boards, electronics... nothing. I trying to convince Mary to do this too, but it's an almost hopeless case.

Over the years, there have been reports of people having large show kites, a healthy collection of custom/Masterpiece Revs, etc stolen. It's just not worth the convenience factor.

Much rather have bags full of kites/gear that get shuttled in and out of the car.

And yes... very, very wrong. The AK is going to be hard to replace as it is no longer in production.

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