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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 06-01-2010, 04:11 PM Thread Starter
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Like My Summer Set Up?

How do you guys like it? any suggestions on making it better?
I was thinking about making the 2nd down wider.....

I still have to build a frame for the pvc and im moving it up

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Can't see any pictures bro, try reloading and previewing them.

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lets see if these work
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Ha that's pretty sweet, I had no idea you could actually get some speed on astroturf. Just dont fall, looks like it would hurt

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the drop in itself doesnt look to bad. i would use something a little more fun to slide then a pvc pipe a couple inches off the ground though. usually i try and find a natural down hill then just make the first 2 parts of your drop in then the part for the rail ill just mulch under it and throw the carpet over that so it has some padding.
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Thats cool. Looks fun, but sketchy
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Yeah building a frame thats going to be a couple inches off the ground. I was also thinking about making the 2nd down part with the rail, a little wider.
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Take video and post it, I have got to see somebody riding that astroturf. Nice!

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