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    Help my buddy build this

    My 11yr old daughter testing it out
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    Fun 4 days

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    A new indoor skatepark is being built, so finally I will have a place to go skate during the wet and freezing Winters. Bless.

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    Whats a good ramp/obstacle for a beginner? should I get a manny pad with coping or just a flat bar?

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    Manny pad with coping is actually a good idea cause you can learn so much more imo, rails are tougher for beginners but if you can save up and do both. If you do get a manny pad with coping, make sure it's tall enough to learn grinds on it not just 3 inches from the ground lol.

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    Sick ramp bro!

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    Sick Ramp!

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    I'm thinking of getting a manny pad/small box but not sure about price and dimensions. I'm thinking it'd be about 1 deck high, with coping or flat metal on the side for slides/grinds. Maybe a meter or so in width but I don't want it too wide (transportable?) . What do you guys recommend? Hollow metal? I was thinking of a big chunk of wood with a sheet of metal that extends down the sides.

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    you can also check out your local skateshop for plans...

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    I've never seen plans at a skate shop?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SkateRWB View Post
    Help my buddy build this

    My 11yr old daughter testing it out

    Well done! :D i wanna skate this!

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    That's absolutely cool and i hope i can own one!!!
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    Would it be possible to put pool coping on my quarter pipe?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cab View Post
    for sure, might be a pain to do it but it's very doable. found this pic online
    Thanks I guess I'll need to buy concrete mix.

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    Soo.. Looking to move to a new location for our shop, which will be overhead a couple of stores. There is a ton of room so we're looking to put a mini ramp, and hopefully a couple of boxes and rails. We're trying to find ways to dampen the noise as much as possible to not make it a total nightmare for the stores underneath. I don't think the floors are insulated so that will be step 1, but trying to gather a few ideas on what else we could do?? Foam mat under the mini, foam between the existing floor with some new wood on top of that? Whatever you got would help. Thanks!

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    You could try dense foam insulation on the inside framing of the ramp, tar paper under the top surface and maybe a wresting mat under it to dampen the sounds of the ramp itself. Spray foam insulation inside the coping could help. But its going to be loud downstairs no matter what.

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    I put a reclaimed mini ramp in my backyard this summer. Sometimes craigslist is awesome. The frame was in good shape, and it was well built. Im in it about $200 for a new skate surface, a couple of new 2x4's and new plywood for the decks and some screws. 4' tall, 12' wide,6'10" transition with 8' of flat. Never having to dodge scooter or mountain bike kids if I dont want to is priceless! lol

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    For mee, allways ramp was the best, i am not a pro, but i think i can make it pretty well, though i had some pain issues for a while because of it :D
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scagnetti View Post
    I put a reclaimed mini ramp in my backyard this summer. Sometimes craigslist is awesome. The frame was in good shape, and it was well built. Im in it about $200 for a new skate surface, a couple of new 2x4's and new plywood for the decks and some screws. 4' tall, 12' wide,6'10" transition with 8' of flat. Never having to dodge scooter or mountain bike kids if I dont want to is priceless! lol

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    I know this is from months and months ago and this asshole probably doesn't post anymore but this ramp is pretty rad, I'd love to have it in my backyard just cruising whenever bored

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