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    here are some new jumps me and my freind built today.
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    looks fun but i'm kinda confused as to how the top part of the line works. is there another gap in there?

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    it'd be a cold day in hell before I ride a pallet.
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    thats really nice!
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    how does it work? u supposed to ride down the hill, into the pit and step up? (but u have a lip leading into the pit which would be hard to roll cuz ur goin downhill so u hafta huck it but that takes away speed so how u gonna make the step up?)

    or do u huck the pallet into the pit and step up up the hill (which from the first pic looks pretty big and theres no way ur makin it)

    im confused, maybe some action pics would solve the problem
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    nice enough idea...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zonk0u
    it'd be a cold day in hell before I ride a pallet.
    If you get the heavier dute ones while they're still in good shape they're actually pretty solid, and if its a dry climate you won't really need to worry about rotting till way down the road

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    i love it, it so much fun, see what you do everyone is you go down the hill over the wood planks in the first in in out, than you hit a table top after the wood planks into the next in in out, than you hit a lip up onto the ladder, than you go off the other side as a drop into another in in out which were not done with when were done with that next in in out we will make a regular little 15 footer double maybe a lil bigger its gunna be saweeeet!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1
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    ok you got me...that has to be in Moorpark...you boys be holdin out on me

    looks like fun
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    nope

    Quote Originally Posted by SHIVER ME TIMBERS
    ok you got me...that has to be in Moorpark...you boys be holdin out on me

    looks like fun
    they are in simi, ill show you them when we get the chance. they arent done yet though they are coming along good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by freerider67
    they are in simi, ill show you them when we get the chance. they arent done yet though they are coming along good.
    That looks like a high traffic area... how long have you been working on it? I hate to say it- but that wood may be the kiss of death for it.

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    looks like fun....i like how you bowled out the space inbetween the tranny and the following lip.

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