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    I, Mudd
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    For the Back Yard

    The heck with a fort or a playhouse or swings! I'm getting this to put in the back yard for the kids:

    NICE SKATE OR BICYCLE RAMP!!!!!!! - $200

    I think $200 is a good deal if it isn't falling apart.

    Jason
    "Because I was profiling and it looked stolen.
    90% of everything in my neighborhood is stolen." - Me

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    Letís get a craigslist bike and go to the lake!

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    heh I saw that ad, I've been searching for one of those 1080 plastic ramp sets.
    If anyone has one for sale lemme know.

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    That is a moto ramp. That def. needs to turn into a lake jump!

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    That would be fun at the lake!

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    200 bucks is an unbelievable price!! when my buddies and i were looking for some moto ramps they were 1000 - 1200 assembled but not painted....thats crazy!

    jump on it and take it to the lake!
    ...Dying is the easy part, its living that's the challenge...

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    Quote Originally Posted by AKA Monkeybutt
    Letís get a craigslist bike and go to the lake!
    I'm all over it!

    I'm building a bike just for a lake jump actually. Been talking about doing this for a while. Just need to build/buy a jump and scope out a decent spot.
    JRA

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    8 feet tall x 17 feet long sounds about perfect. I wonder how heavy that thing is?
    JRA

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    youll need 4 or 5 guys to carry it


    and a flat bed trailer to haul it...
    ...Dying is the easy part, its living that's the challenge...

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