Getting ready (slowly) to start a Kaholo and I’m wondering about using a skeg box. Now I’m sure some would do this for the added flexibility of swapping out skegs of different profiles, but my concern is a bit more pedestrian: being able to remove the skeg for transport and storage seem like a good way to avoid breaking the darn thing off.
Any thoughts on this? I’m not concerned with the extra woodworking involved, but in my ignorance I suppose this feature could introduce the potential for problems greater than a busted skeg. As for the skegs themselves, any thoughts on simply replicating those designed for the board versus some other configuration?