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    Hey im an xc guy myself but since winter has roled around and trails arent clear, or at least the singletrack ones arent, i would love to build a small stunt of somekind just for fun, not a dirtjump or anything just something small so if you have advice or plans or anything else that might help me please post

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    Quote Originally Posted by northparkrider
    Hey im an xc guy myself but since winter has roled around and trails arent clear, or at least the singletrack ones arent, i would love to build a small stunt of somekind just for fun, not a dirtjump or anything just something small so if you have advice or plans or anything else that might help me please post
    i'm an xc man too, but with winter here i get bored, hope these help ya
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    thanks, ill dig through my garage and try to build some stuff like that

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    Here's some I built

    I built these last winter, after I bought a P2. I played around on them for a little, I sold the P2 and bought a Gemini and ened up giving them away to a skater neighbor boy.

    It was fun building the stuff and riding while it lasted but I will turn 40 this coming year and I can't afford to get hurt playing around like the kids do.

    I made them in sections so you could move them around in different configurations.


    Quote Originally Posted by northparkrider
    thanks, ill dig through my garage and try to build some stuff like that
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    I can fix it............... my dad has an awesome set of tools

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    Quote Originally Posted by spacoli
    I built these last winter, after I bought a P2. I played around on them for a little, I sold the P2 and bought a Gemini and ened up giving them away to a skater neighbor boy.

    It was fun building the stuff and riding while it lasted but I will turn 40 this coming year and I can't afford to get hurt playing around like the kids do.

    I made them in sections so you could move them around in different configurations.
    wow very nice, by any chance can you tell me what size wood you used for the skeleton and planks

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    Thanks and just so you know im 13 so i can aford to get beat up a little and nice design im gonna work on these over my winter break and hopefully will have some fun new ways to use my xmas present (and 03 specialized rockhopper fsr xc)

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    here the sites

    Quote Originally Posted by HazletonRiDer
    wow very nice, by any chance can you tell me what size wood you used for the skeleton and planks
    http://www.tumyeto.com/rampplans.php

    http://www.heckler.com/ramps/

    You need to convert the measurements.
    I can fix it............... my dad has an awesome set of tools

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