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    DJ I made-pics (non action) action pics tomorrow

    Here is a jump I've been working on. I got bored riding on a crappy pump track I made so I decided to make it. I tried to make it nice and steep with a bit of a higher landing than lip. I think I did a pretty good job on it, I can't wait to hit it tomorrow. Action pics to come soon. For now this will have to do.

    A shot from the takeoff area.



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    From next to the landing.



    Another.



    One with my bike in the picture. Really dark from when I just finished.



    Any suggestions, thoughts welcome.

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    looks awesome. so Matt i think you should let me come over to hit it

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    nice........................... need to add some more
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    EB: Come over anytime, I'll be here. I hope I do it tomorrow and don't puss out.

    SMT: Thanks for the idea. I never thought of that.

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    I know your little as$ didn't move that much dirt. If you did, you're hired.
    Great work mang. Make a sixer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by matt

    SMT: Thanks for the idea. I never thought of that.
    man you are welcome.....someone should slap you aside the head for only making one.....we have a rule unless there is 3 you can't take a picture
    the trick is ENJOYING YOUR LIFE EACH DAY, don't waste them away wishing for better days

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    Quote Originally Posted by zachdank
    I know your little as$ didn't move that much dirt. If you did, you're hired.
    Great work mang. Make a sixer.
    haha, i didn't. i used the tractor to get the general piles going. then i took a shovel to it. still did a fair amount of work w/ tamper and shovel though because the dirt is all clay and cloddy and ****.

    i will.

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    Quote Originally Posted by matt
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    You didn't just say you have a tractor. WTF? Why don't you have a jump park? AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAaHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHhhhhhhTTTTT RACTORRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR

    What i wouldn't give for one of those

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    Quote Originally Posted by zachdank
    You didn't just say you have a tractor. WTF? Why don't you have a jump park? AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAaHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHhhhhhhTTTTT RACTORRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR

    What i wouldn't give for one of those
    I do. I would hav ea jump park, if I had it my way, but my parents made me stop building because I wasn't draining stuff properly and all this other BS. I'll make everything super nice now so they don't have anything to complain about. I couldn't build all winter and now its 'dry enough' to start.

    Its a small one, but it helps.

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    I just started moving some dirt myself today and I ended up with 3 tables and 1 double with plans for a ladder off to the left and then dropping into the landing of the last table for the tranny. They aren't to big but I just getting back into it and my 51/2 year old son wants to ride with me so everything is rollable.
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    dude where do u live to have all that space at your house
    but ne way nice jump

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    Quote Originally Posted by matt
    haha, i didn't. i used the tractor to get the general piles going. then i took a shovel to it. still did a fair amount of work w/ tamper and shovel though because the dirt is all clay and cloddy and ****.

    i will.
    you are lame...............a effinging tractor and one jump...............I lost all respect for you
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    Quote Originally Posted by acdh
    I just started moving some dirt myself today and I ended up with 3 tables and 1 double with plans for a ladder off to the left and then dropping into the landing of the last table for the tranny. They aren't to big but I just getting back into it and my 51/2 year old son wants to ride with me so everything is rollable.

    sweet..................tables are fun
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    Quote Originally Posted by SHIVER ME TIMBERS
    sweet..................tables are fun
    for 5 1/2 year olds, and their dads.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zachdank
    for 5 1/2 year olds, and their dads.
    it is the same thing.....yeah it harder to do a gap (mentaly)

    I will hit the first one when you are out here
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    Nice Matt!! You failed to mention you had a friggin' tractor when we rode last week.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fillmoe Slim
    Nice Matt!! You failed to mention you had a friggin' tractor when we rode last week.
    Yeah, I know. I do have an excuse for not building though.... My dad wouldn't let me until it dried out because he got mad at me when I tried a month and a half ago, plus, the tractor was broken like half the time.

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    neato...
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    is it me or does it lookike the top of the take off lip in the second pic will snap off? anyway sick jump

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    keep it up man, deff build more
    Looking for a 7.87 x 2.25mm shock, any brand any age that runs well!! cheap would be appreciated!

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    Quote Originally Posted by zachdank
    for 5 1/2 year olds, and their dads.
    lolz i chuckled at that
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    Quote Originally Posted by #1 Hucker
    is it me or does it lookike the top of the take off lip in the second pic will snap off? anyway sick jump
    Its just you. The pre existing pile of dirt we built on came up to where the seam is, its just a little mark now where they met, but its not going to fall off. it is just as hardpacked as the rest of it.

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    sick jumpss. so much easyer with a machine!!!

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