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    Dirt Jumps.

    After having 2 years of a crappy roll-in and some not so hot dirt jump's I've finally decided to put in all the work and build a nice and well built little part. So far I'm almost at the point of sinking the posts for the roll-in into the ground. I'm gonna start with a 6 foot high roll in into a 3 or 4 pack of dj's with one big trick jump at the end. Then it 'll go into a 270 degree berm out to the right then over a roller into a berm out to the left and up to a 6ft. by 6ft. wall ride. This all will bring you right back to the roll in. I'm gonna include little things like a bike rack and a small corner shelf on the roll in railing to just make it a little better. I have one concern I just want to ask. The area where the roll in will be built has solid rock past 2 feet deep. I was anly able to dig to 1 foot 10 inches for the posts. If i use concrete do you think this should hold up fine? I'll also have one side support on each side for the ramp down. I'm really stoked on this because it's for real now and I can't wait to see the finished product.

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    This would be better posted in Urban/DirtJumps/Park than in Tooltime. Perhaps you could move it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by 4slomo
    This would be better posted in Urban/DirtJumps/Park than in Tooltime. Perhaps you could move it?
    Yeah sorry about this. I thought I was in the trail building forum not tool time. It will be somewhere different.

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