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Trampoline practice board

Hey guys I want to make a practice board that I can use on a trampoline to work on various things. My initial idea was to take the trucks off a skateboard and just put some straps on it but I would expect that to damage the trampoline mat after prolonged use. So I thought maybe I could get some hard dense foam like a knee board is made out of and cut it into a skateboard shape. I figured something like that would be more suited for a trampoline. Does anyone know a better proven way to rig something like this up? Any help is great!

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Like Mayor said try this. I have found them on eBay and CL or just order one new.

Skateboard or snowboard you can take a old swim noodle or new one. Make a slit length wise and wrap it around the board. Then duct tape it into place. May not look pretty but no way it will wreck the tramp.

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