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    Had an idea for some cheap trail arrows.

    I cut a 5 gallon bucket up and got about 10 arrows ~3" by ~12". Should last a good long while and buckets aren't hard to find in various colors. Jigsaw works great for cutting the arrows out.

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    Hi Krue,

    How's that trail coming down there in H'burg?


    Try this:

    Choose your least favorite presidential candidate.
    Go swipe a few campaign signs.
    Cut all the arrows you need.
    Paint to desired color. (try FUSION paint by KRYLON. It's made for plastics.)
    Hang arrows.

    I can't think of a better way to spend special interest money.

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    Paint?

    Any reason why a stencil and spray paint wouldn't work?

    Walt

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    I don't know it wouldn't work, but I had some old buckets and a jigsaw so I recycled the buckets.

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    I agree with th29

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    We've got about 3 miles of trail built so far. Probably gonna do us for now, everyone's too busy riding to work on a trail now that the weather is nice.

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