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post #11 of 22 (permalink) Old 10-24-2012, 02:16 PM Thread Starter
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For the steel, welding and paint they were 200 each
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That is why I make my own features. So glad I know how to weld.

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how long are they? 10 or 12ft?

sounds like a pretty good deal to me - those things will last a while.
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They are both 16 feet long
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then i think you got a smokin deal!

now go post some vids of you and yer homies getting broke off - er i mean killing it
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nice. We set up a 2x4 rail. Was considering either:

A.) Clamping a PVC to the top, making it removable

or

B.) Putting a type of aluminum tape to coat the top of the 2x4. very malleable and soft, but creates a nice slick surface.

not sure which one we are gonna do...

I would screw two 2" pvc's into the 2x4
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then i think you got a smokin deal!

now go post some vids of you and yer homies getting broke off - er i mean killing it
Yah, ones 2' tall and the other goes from 2.5' to 1.5'.... I'll post some videos when I use them this upcoming winter
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I would screw two 2" pvc's into the 2x4
Yeah I'll look into it. Thanks mang.
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aluminum tape will tear right off then you will need to remove the glue residue as well

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Agreed. Nice rail.

Look up snowboarding in summer on youtube. Some guys bought some of that fake grass stuff and soaked it with soap and wetted it down so they could practice their rails.

You can get full year use out of those bad boys.
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