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    Stunt/TTF building guide

    I've been working on a detailed construction guide for the past couple of years. Thought this might be the place to post about it.

    Here is the link if any are interested:

    www.rockbottombuilders.com

    Would love to hear any feedback!
    Thanks
    Lucas

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    Let us know when it's available for sale.

    We can use the pix and diagrams of TTFs to educate the land managers of the type of features we would like to build on the trail. High thrill and low risk features are easiest to get approval for. I especially like the features that are built using only rock, soil and logs with no fasteners or dimensional lumber.
    Michael Vitti
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    let us know when its ready.

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    Same as above. I would buy it.

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    Me too

    looks great, let us know when they are ready!

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    i'll take one.
    I'm never gonna be a Rock Star

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    Looks like it could be useful. Our local club is looking into putting in a skills area at one park and a downhill style trail at another. This would be a nice resource. I'd buy it when it is released.

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