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12.5 foot long flat box rail jib

12'6" flat box. 13" wide. 2' tall.
Made with high quality steel and hdpe plastic (same top sheet ski resorts use)

Located in central Connecticut. Can do custom stuff too.

$500. Come get it before it snows this weekend.

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Damn that looks like quality work.


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It won't work as a pic for some reason so here's a link to my newschoolers post and pics
http://www.newschoolers.com/ns/mobil...ead/id/735250/
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Too bad you weren't closer. Shipping would be too much. Good looking work.
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Wow, thats a nice lookin' rail.

How heavy is that thing? I'm also assuming you;d have to bury the base pretty well so there's no wiggling...
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Too bad you weren't closer. Shipping would be too much. Good looking work.
What part of nh are you in?
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What part of nh are you in?
Central, Lakes Region. I actually had a shipment of PVC pipe quoted not too long ago from CT and it was over $200. Crazy.

I'm looking for a 20 foot round rail. 3-3.5 inch OD right now. 6 inch Pegs underneath it with 18 inch tall removable feet. What do you think that would run?
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The rails pretty heavy. I can move it around by myself but it takes 2 people to carry it.

And sorry I didn't get back to you earlier about the other rail but I'm not sure the cost but would you want a single pipe rail 3.5 inch wide round pipe, or would you rather have 2 1.7" pipes next to eachother to total to 3.4" wide but you would have more of a flatter surface to balance on. I can get quotes on pipe for both ideas then give you a total quote based on what you want. PM me if you want some more numbers.
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11 foot flat to 8 foot flat


11 foot flat to 8 foot down.


another view


it fits in the back of a truck too.

the best thing about it is it has the hinge in the middle so you can set it up on any terrain or put the middle up for a up down rail.

$1000
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