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Question Jibs

This summer I was going to clear a hill and put jibs on it what jibs should I make and how should I make them without breaking the bank.
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get creative, or start building some shit ... its labor
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get creative, or start building some shit ... its labor

Truth. Build boxes out of wood. Composite decking works great as a top, if you can't afford some of the higher priced plastics.

Find whatever works. Going to the junkyard and using what you can find there works great.

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Build the box out of wood. Make it strong. Put pvc pipes on top, they slide great. Just get them thick enough so they don't break.
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I could sneak into the the towns junkyard that is only 3 miles away and steal supplies, but the guy is nice and lets you take any thing from his junk pile.
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Look for an oldschool heavy duty super metal fridge those things are awesome.

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I bet those are hard to find, I think I've saw one.

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They're easier to find than you think, see if your town or city has an industrial supplier of restaurant equipment. Call them up and ask them if they have anything like a double door freezer or a 10 foot long chest freezer they want to get rid of because it's shot. Chances are if you'll haul it away they'll love you.

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They're easier to find than you think, see if your town or city has an industrial supplier of restaurant equipment. Call them up and ask them if they have anything like a double door freezer or a 10 foot long chest freezer they want to get rid of because it's shot. Chances are if you'll haul it away they'll love you.
The town I live in is unincorporated and the town next to it is only 2,000 people.
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They're easier to find than you think, see if your town or city has an industrial supplier of restaurant equipment. Call them up and ask them if they have anything like a double door freezer or a 10 foot long chest freezer they want to get rid of because it's shot. Chances are if you'll haul it away they'll love you.
I can imagine someone bailing on that and ripping half their face off.

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