I searched through the archives and found a lot on the topic but nothing that answered a question I have.I appreciate any insight you might have.
Is there anything detrimental to having the font fins and the back fins the same toe-in at 1/8"? Everything I have read has the front fins at one toe-in measurement and the rears with less to no toe-in and most meet at a certain point measured off the nose.
I have ridden a board that is 6'0 x 15.5 x 21.25 x 15.25 x 2 5/8" and in taking all the dimensions off of it I noticed that the fins had the same toe-in at 1/8". I have always thought this was wrong but the board worked great. Measuring the toe at the nose of the board, the front fins were 4.5" off the nose and the rears were 1.5". The fronts are at 11" and 1 1/8" off the rail. The rears are at 5" and 1 7/8" off the rail.
I am going to make a version of this board. Logically, because it worked good I should just use the same placement, but I can help to think that maybe it would be better with a little more front fin toe--in.
Am I wrong in thinking this?