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View Poll Results: What Box? Other than flat.
Rainbow 5 12.20%
Up-Flat 1 2.44%
Flat-Down 7 17.07%
Battleship (Up-Flat-Down) 4 9.76%
Down-Flat-Down 3 7.32%
Launch Box 5 12.20%
Up-Down 2 4.88%
Nobody cares about your stupid terrain park! >.< 14 34.15%
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post #11 of 18 (permalink) Old 04-03-2013, 11:21 AM Thread Starter
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Thanks for help guys! I've been thinking that a up-flat box would be a good idea, for one reason: If you think about it, an up-flat, flat-down, and up-down are all the same box except positioned differently. SO I could make a kinked box with 6 ft. on each side of the kink and I'd have an up-flat/flat-down/up-down. Thanks for the replies, I'm still considering down-flat-down, rainbow, and all the others.
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C-Box - so fun.
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i like the between the legs kinda box myself...

(sorry I don't ride park and I couldn't resist)


Thank you for this. I saw the thread subject and said to myself, "If no one takes this one and runs with it I am gonna be very disappointed!" LOLOL
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C-Box - so fun.
I thought about that, then realized how hard it would be to make. I need some experience first. :P
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Ya I think a C-Box is super fun to ride, but if I was just making one a couple of flats would be a good way to go because then you can position them to be up-flat, flat-down, up-down, gaps, side by side for dance floor. Something to think about instead of limiting to one box.
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voted for flat down; buti would say a down box with a flat kick out at the end, makes it easier to spin off
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any variation of Rainbow boxes and rails are my favorite.
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Flat down. They just feel so smooth and I don't really know. It's nice. You can mix it up. Back board on the flat and then a front nose on the down.

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Im all for having fun, showing your tits and getting fucked up on a river float but it can be done without being a pig.
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