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Old 03-05-2011, 04:56 PM   #1 (permalink)
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do you think that would be a smart idea? theres this "bamboo forest" near my house. instead of getting a pvc pipe, would cutting down some bamboo, maybe waxing it, and using it as a rail be a smart alternative then buying pvc.
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There's a reason they call it Lumberjacking.
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lol but seriously
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What part of it's called lumberjacking do you not understand?
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does lumberjacking literally mean taking wood?!?! and idc about that, its a plentyful forest. i just care if my board will slide and it wont mess my board up.
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Anything you slide across can potentially damage you board. Just sand it down smooth so there's nothing for your board to catch on and go for it.
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alright im going for it! im gonna get all the stuff now and once spring break comes along(and my birthday is the first day of it) im going hard and gonna build this backyard jib!
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Sand it down? It's bamboo lumberjack the shit out of that it's what snowboard jibbing was based on.
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define lumberjacking... and it seems like a good idea from your reactions so im happy.
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define lumberjacking... and it seems like a good idea from your reactions so im happy.
finally an excuse to use this damn thing Let me google that for you
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