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Old 02-02-2010, 06:54 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I know that theres probly some threads on this already but i couldnt find any. I live in maryland and right now we have about 3 inches with 6 comming tonight and i heard two feet this weekend but i doubt were going to get that much. What are some of the best things to jib on that are pretty easy to come by? I have a 10 ft pvc rail from back when i rollerbladed but thats it. Anybody have some cool ideas?
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Old 02-02-2010, 08:24 PM   #2 (permalink)
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i have been making a park in my backyard for years now.
now i have a bunch of rails and stuff built for my hill but when i started. it was a couple PVC rails and snow jumps.

i made a box out of an old picnic bench so you could find stuff like that.
i have even used trees. if you have a sturdy tree limb or something you can set up a tree jib any way you want.
get creative! and it should be fun

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Old 02-02-2010, 08:58 PM   #3 (permalink)
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i have been making a park in my backyard for years now.
now i have a bunch of rails and stuff built for my hill but when i started. it was a couple PVC rails and snow jumps.

i made a box out of an old picnic bench so you could find stuff like that.
i have even used trees. if you have a sturdy tree limb or something you can set up a tree jib any way you want.
get creative! and it should be fun

heres pictures of my hill
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Sweet setup for in your yard. Im going to make a platform with some carpet on it so I can do some jibbing in the summer.
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Old 02-02-2010, 09:03 PM   #4 (permalink)
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i have been making a park in my backyard for years now.
now i have a bunch of rails and stuff built for my hill but when i started. it was a couple PVC rails and snow jumps.

i made a box out of an old picnic bench so you could find stuff like that.
i have even used trees. if you have a sturdy tree limb or something you can set up a tree jib any way you want.
get creative! and it should be fun

heres pictures of my hill
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That is very cool!

I really like this little set-up...

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Old 02-05-2010, 08:42 PM   #5 (permalink)
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i have been making a park in my backyard for years now.
now i have a bunch of rails and stuff built for my hill but when i started. it was a couple PVC rails and snow jumps.

i made a box out of an old picnic bench so you could find stuff like that.
i have even used trees. if you have a sturdy tree limb or something you can set up a tree jib any way you want.
get creative! and it should be fun

heres pictures of my hill
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I'm jealous!!!
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Old 02-05-2010, 10:58 PM   #6 (permalink)
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ha thanks guys.
its so much work but its definitely worth it. i have a bunch of videos of youtube also if your interested
YouTube - wakebrdwnder30's Channel
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Old 02-06-2010, 05:00 AM   #7 (permalink)
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Hey nitro boarder I noticed you didnt have any rails on that box...what is the top sheet?

I have 1/4 UHMW on my box right now but the side rails are rusted beyond repair and I was going to replace them with some good 2" pipe but if it will work without it I'll just build a new box without them. Did you bevel the edges of your top sheet? and do your edges catch on it a lot? Def a sick set up!!!
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Hey nitro boarder I noticed you didnt have any rails on that box...what is the top sheet?

I have 1/4 UHMW on my box right now but the side rails are rusted beyond repair and I was going to replace them with some good 2" pipe but if it will work without it I'll just build a new box without them. Did you bevel the edges of your top sheet? and do your edges catch on it a lot? Def a sick set up!!!
ya i skipped the copping i dont really seem to need it. i think resorts use it more to protect their boxes than anything. since i dont have a million people hitting my boxes they stand up just fine without it.
i have HDPE and no i havn't caught in over a year on my box because i beveled the edges
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ha thanks guys.
its so much work but its definitely worth it. i have a bunch of videos of youtube also if your interested
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Hey man, your 3rd video is awesome, i was very entertained. Keep up the good work.
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