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Bent Cressi fin?

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feign

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I just got a new pair of 2000HF from an online store. The end of one fin is quite warped out of shape. Does anyone know of a good way to correct this? Will the mis-shape affect performance if it can't be corrected? Thanks
 

immerlustig

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lay them down flat in the sun. then, when the fins are bent straight again, put them down flat in the shade.

happened to me many times. no big deal.

roland
 

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Jul 27, 2002
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bent HFs

Hi Feign,
I have a pair of HFs too and experience the same problem. Roland and others here at DB are right in suggesting that fins be stored flat on the ground. It's helped flatten mine out.

Regards,
Tad
 
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