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12-28-2012 07:16 AM
golfer1659
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Originally Posted by blunted_nose View Post
I hate those rails. Made 3 myself. shitty. If i ever make another one, its from steel beam welded together. Pvc breaks, is inconsistent and sucks for sliding. Where you screw it to the wood you have a hole, place your board could get stuck. And its easy to break is you land sideways or a little harder then you should. Its funner to make a box because you can use that udhp? i think its called as plastic for the top.... They use it for park boxes.
I didn't drill through the PVC from the top so there are no holes to get tripped up on first of all and I didn't have the time or tools to build a box. All in all it's a 10 foot rail that ur on for all of a second I don't see how sliding is an issue. I already know its not the best but 35 dollars u show me a rail that beats it.
12-28-2012 02:02 AM
ComeBack_Kid
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Originally Posted by blunted_nose View Post
Nice boots, eh. Emerica shoes that is. And yes, i was jibbing in my backyard aswel. Well kind of, before i claimed a small spot on my local hill.
Hahaha good catch. All of our boots were still soaked from riding earlier, so we just wore skate shoes and ratcheted our bindings tight...didn't stop us from having a good drunken time.

Better shot of the shoes:

12-28-2012 01:51 AM
blunted_nose
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Originally Posted by ComeBack_Kid View Post
I know what you're saying, but the guy's not building the rails for The X Games, he's just jibbing around with some friends.

Hell, the first thing I ever jibbed on was a Red Bull mini-fridge on fire, and it was a great time:

Nice boots, eh. Emerica shoes that is. And yes, i was jibbing in my backyard aswel. Well kind of, before i claimed a small spot on my local hill.
12-28-2012 01:46 AM
ig88
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Originally Posted by golfer1659 View Post
Yea we lease a house up at Stratton for the whole season and the house has a ton of space in the yard.....
Lovely. You so lucky.
12-28-2012 01:46 AM
ComeBack_Kid
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Originally Posted by blunted_nose View Post
I hate those rails. Made 3 myself. shitty. If i ever make another one, its from steel beam welded together. Pvc breaks, is inconsistent and sucks for sliding. Where you screw it to the wood you have a hole, place your board could get stuck. And its easy to break is you land sideways or a little harder then you should. Its funner to make a box because you can use that udhp? i think its called as plastic for the top.... They use it for park boxes.
I know what you're saying, but the guy's not building the rails for The X Games, he's just jibbing around with some friends.

Hell, the first thing I ever jibbed on was a Red Bull mini-fridge on fire, and it was a great time:

12-28-2012 01:28 AM
Ballbearing
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Originally Posted by blunted_nose View Post
I hate those rails. Made 3 myself. shitty. If i ever make another one, its from steel beam welded together. Pvc breaks, is inconsistent and sucks for sliding. Where you screw it to the wood you have a hole, place your board could get stuck. And its easy to break is you land sideways or a little harder then you should. Its funner to make a box because you can use that udhp? i think its called as plastic for the top.... They use it for park boxes.
12-28-2012 01:13 AM
cjcameron11
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Originally Posted by blunted_nose View Post
I hate those rails. Made 3 myself. shitty. If i ever make another one, its from steel beam welded together. Pvc breaks, is inconsistent and sucks for sliding. Where you screw it to the wood you have a hole, place your board could get stuck. And its easy to break is you land sideways or a little harder then you should. Its funner to make a box because you can use that udhp? i think its called as plastic for the top.... They use it for park boxes.
Way to be positive to a guy who made his own (cheaply at that).

Good job OP enjoy the progression
12-28-2012 12:43 AM
blunted_nose I hate those rails. Made 3 myself. shitty. If i ever make another one, its from steel beam welded together. Pvc breaks, is inconsistent and sucks for sliding. Where you screw it to the wood you have a hole, place your board could get stuck. And its easy to break is you land sideways or a little harder then you should. Its funner to make a box because you can use that udhp? i think its called as plastic for the top.... They use it for park boxes.
12-28-2012 12:14 AM
golfer1659
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Is this part of your yard?
Yea we lease a house up at Stratton for the whole season and the house has a ton of space in the yard.....
12-27-2012 11:30 PM
ig88
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Originally Posted by golfer1659 View Post
After digging for an hour through a fresh 2 feet of snow we got here at stratton..........

Is this part of your yard?
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