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    THRASHER - 80's ramp plans -- (jpg intensive)

    still a good read....






























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    I love how those magazine dudes write...

    Anyway! Helpful guide! Do you mind me asking where you got the mag from?

    Cheers =)

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    Skate or Die!

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    Quote Originally Posted by -.---.-
    I love how those magazine dudes write...

    Anyway! Helpful guide! Do you mind me asking where you got the mag from?

    Cheers =)
    I got it in the mail from Thrasher magazine some time around '87. ( I was about 12 then).

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    Quote Originally Posted by ATXSlugger
    Skate or Die!
    Loving it =)


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    radical

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    That's awesome, I know I've still got mine somewhere in a box in storage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ATXSlugger
    Skate or Die!
    Shouldnt that be [SIZE="4"]Sk8 or Die![/SIZE]


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    for those who havent ever tried building half pipes, they are well worth the labor. i had a 4'x8x24 and it took a while but was well worth every bit of skating afterwards.

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    yeah!

    thanks for posting this. such a look back!

    i got those at about the same time, but didn't have money, so my dad and i used the logic of "well, we can afford a 4-foot tall ramp, so we'll just squish down the tranny. i had a 4-foot vert ramp with 8 feet of flat bottom. needless to say, i learned how to skate tight tranny pretty quickly : ) oh, those were the days
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