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|03-10-2009 01:19 PM|
|mijinkal||It was a Highways maintenance truck stopping traffic because of the big ass snowblower shortly ahead|
|03-10-2009 01:07 PM|
Originally Posted by mijinkal View Post
Are you able to pass someone coming from the other direction? Why was that truck stopped?
|03-10-2009 12:54 PM|
Originally Posted by wrathfuldeity View Post
That looks like a beauty place for a road gap!!
|03-10-2009 12:33 PM|
bah tarps = turds...1 hour, 10 minutes away year round
YouTube - SR 542 - Driving the road to Artist Point
|03-10-2009 12:32 PM|
Just found over a hundred feet of tarp downstairs ... Gonna try it. I hope the rain gets it wet enough. Do you guys suggust using soap with a roll in. Well its kind of a roll in.
|03-10-2009 12:20 PM|
|mijinkal||ha ha ha. You east coast people are crazy!|
|03-09-2009 10:01 PM|
|Salska||where you from in ct fitzy?|
|03-09-2009 08:46 PM|
|Fitzy||yea i used the industrial grade junk its pretty thick and shouldnt rip but its a fun thing to do if you dont want to travel ha|
|03-09-2009 06:32 PM|
There have been posts of this a while back. In fact one showed a setup with a video he did in his backyard with a tarp and had a box slide set up and it worked very effectively.
High Density Polyethylene (HDPE) Tarps will do the job so I hear without it ripping. You can find a good length, say 20' by 20' for near 100 bucks. Well worth the investment if you're going to use it each weekend or even daily for that matter.
|03-09-2009 06:24 PM|
|Wreckoning||Wouldn't your board edges eventually cut the tarp, tho?|
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