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    Posted: Dec/08/2010 at 12:44pm
decent, I will look for some puckboard. Thanks!
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8 ft drop in. 4 foot drop in. 3 big handrails. a box. kicker. quarterpipe. other fun little things to mess around on. sooooo fun!
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20 foot long, 3 foot wide, corrugated pipe. And a barrel bonk. 
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Man I am jealous, I never had cool stuff like this growing up!
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Dec/08/2010 at 1:39pm
ur setups seem sick! im looking for some corrugated pipe whered u get it? im alsmot done with my box. 14 high 14 wide 12 feet long
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and a corrugated!
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Dec/10/2010 at 3:44pm
Me and my friends hauled a funbox thing up to this little hill behind my one friends backyard and then we built a tiny little kicker to get onto it. The wood is surprisingly slippery but there's nail heads sticking out of it in some spots. It's really crappy but it's still fun. We're going to try and build some more stuff this year because he has a mini pipe in his backyard and we could probably have some fun with that.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Dec/10/2010 at 3:48pm
^ hope you guys are careful. dont want to get pwned by a nail.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Dec/22/2010 at 6:42am
nothing like getting hung up on a nail... let alone falling on it.

theres some pretty sweet setups here. i might have to try building something when i remodel the back yard.
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^^^PVC is the best. I have a 20 foot long slightly kinked rail, a 10 ft single barrel flat bar and a 10 foot long concrete pvc slide thing (which is the slipperest thing in the world). Love sessioning in the backyard its the most fun just because you dont have to spend anything
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/17/2011 at 9:42am
Ill post some pics of my setup in a bit,it is pretty sweet. Got alot of snow to work with after last weeks snow storm.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/23/2011 at 9:02am
12 foot drop in, a pvc handrail, pvc tube, a corrugated pipe, and a decent sized jump. drop in gives perfect speed
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hope photo works...quick shot of what my friend has set up in his yard. Goes to show you don't need a lot of space at all (the photo is snapped with my back against the fence), nor a lot of carpentry skill, or money.

Box is 10' long, and buried in about 2 feet of snow. The top sheet is puckboard! Great stuff, easy to use and didnt break the bank (about $30 with lots left over). The drop in is just shy of 6'. Super fun stuff, worth the few hours it took to get it rideable.



I have a set up in my yard too...i'll try to get some more shots up
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Originally posted by McNack

I've used skinny PVC pipes and they are fun, easy to install. My favourite is puckboard, its less expensive, easy to use and takes a beating....same thing hockey areanas use for their boards. We found skinny sheets and put them on a 10ft box, very fun to jib on.

pvc does make a cheap rail.  the box top material i've heard is the same as at your local park is HDPE  i think it is.  a site like usplastics has it in all different sizes.  not the cheapest of material, but you know it'll hold for a long time.  the pic has nothing to do with the material, just wanted to show our wall ride.  we ended up putting a sheet of 4x8 1/8" FPE on it that made it nice a slick.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/27/2011 at 11:10am
sounds fun and dangerous
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/27/2011 at 11:34am
SnowJ, you ever drop in off your shed/wallride?  That is a sick set up you have dude!
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/27/2011 at 12:07pm
These are some great ideas! i need to get on this as soon as possible this summer. loved the snowgun plans, also the ice rink snow is great to put on grass! Man i need to get this setup!
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/27/2011 at 1:37pm
no JDiggidy, we haven't yet.  really nowhere to go if we did drop in from the shed.   i wish we had more room to do it right, but we've had a good time with what we do have.  the rail kind of gets in the way at the end of riding the wall, but oh well, keeps us on our toes.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/27/2011 at 1:52pm
man you have a solid back yard set up.   I really gotta get my act together and build some stuff like this.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/28/2011 at 5:53am
that wall ride is rad snowj, it looks like it'd be really fun. I'd love one but don't have a shed to convert...I could modify my fence, but I am pretty sure it would get wrecked eventually. Think it is realistic to build a small wall ride that will stay put for hits? I'd love any suggestions on this or other neat features...also how high of a drop in do you use to hit that?
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Last year I covered a huge pile of logs with snow from my yard (with a snowblower). Set up a 2 x 4 rail and a plastic skate ramp. Worked great till the logs got icey and we couldn't climb up.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Feb/06/2011 at 8:53am
Looks cool,more pictures please
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Feb/06/2011 at 9:11am
These pics helped alot I have a decent sized ravine in my back yard and I have been thinking about making a park down there for summer... what works the best turf or something else?
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Whats a snowgun and where can i get one and for how much?
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check the first page of this post.  i put up plans and some info for snowmaking at home.   google snowathome and you'll find just about everything you need to diy snow.  just check the requirements for whatever setup you do (i.e.- compressor/ pressure washer ratings).  so far i've made all my snow with what the site calls the "sg1",  that one only requires water and an air compressor (which are about $100 @ harbor freight).  i really am looking to upgrade and get a pressure washer too so i can output about 5-8 times the amount i currently do.   that way i only have to blow snow for a few nights and be set, now it takes a couple of weeks to get the park right (when i start from nothing). 

@ mcnack-  we built a 6' 6" tall drop in with about a 45 degree angle (the platform is maybe 4'x4', ramp about 3.5' wide).  the wall is 8' wide and a little over 7' tall. 
i do think it's possible to build a free-standing wall.  parks do it right?  i know none of us has park budgets so we have to cut some costs.  i think you'd kinda have to make an A frame wall basically.  and only sheet the one side with plywood, then the plastic (i think we used "fpr" it's about $25 a sheet at local hardware stores).  i've been thinking about moving our wall which would require it to be free-standing, so if we do, i'll post pics and maybe plans.
 
until then i'll post a pic of my old ass hitting the wall.    
 
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/06/2011 at 11:39pm
This thread is awesome! I was talking with a friend about doing a drop in in my yard last year but we didn't get enough snow in my area to even put a board on. I'm gonna take notes on this stuff and start planning a mini park for next year! Thanks everyone for the great ideas!
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definitely gonna do this next year!
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/07/2011 at 5:04pm
ive been jibbing some tins and an old mailbox in my room using my bed as a drop in ever since the hills closed
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why can't it snow in the bay area so I can do this in my frontyard?
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: May/20/2011 at 8:36pm
you guys have some nice set ups i had a snow machine tip that i bought from ebay which you plug into a pressure washer and a compressor but never got to try it mby next year any of you guys did that before?
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: May/21/2011 at 4:24pm
anyone have recommendations for places to buy astro turf? ive scored all the wood. now i just turf and snogel.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: May/21/2011 at 5:15pm
Wow, great ideas here, I will try to build one this winter in my yard, it's got a bit of a slope already, time to collect all the snow from the front yard =D
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: May/21/2011 at 6:40pm
I wish it snowed in my backyard in Australia so i could set up some stuff like that, it looks soooo fun.
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turf from home depot, make sure you put it on so your sliding with the "grain" of the turf. home depot should be like 30-40 cents per sq. foot
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winter setup: building a few boxes and buying a rail!
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depending on how much snow there is, i have about a 10 foot drop off my roof then down a hill into about a 3 foot high jump i usually build. If there isnt alot of snow then i just put snow going down my deck stairs and down my hill. Also have a 8 foot rail that i set up. Then after i get bored there i go and shred at my highschool which has some sick gaps
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about 40 bucks worth of lattice from home depot and I got my summer setup
 
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Hey snowj420, the correct way to embed is to use [ TUBE] then your video link here [/TUBE ]

But just don't put any spaces from start to finish. Then BAM! embedded video = www.youtube.com/embed/iPfdGMfPyHA" />www.youtube.com/embed/iPfdGMfPyHA" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" allowScriptAccess="never" allowNetworking="internal" wmode="transparent" width="425" height="350">



Never mind, not sure what you did there, but doesn't work with embedding. Wrong youtube code.

anyways...
Also, I honestly didn't know you could use lattice! Nice man, nice. What are you using that big ramp in the back for?


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Can't wait for the snow to fly here in Ohio (like that happens much) Really hoping for a "big" season in Columbus this year. I have a few things in my back yard I have wanted to try for almost 2 years now, but the past 2 winters have been a bust. My calculations are that if we get close to a foot on the ground (can be from different storms) I can do what I want to do in the back.
Currently drawing out plans for a box, but might end up welding a rail instead.

There are a bunch of natural "banks" and with a little shovel work, and the right amount of wetter snow, I could have a hell of a 1/4 pipe in my back yard.

My drop in, only problem is the turn at the bottom. But after that turn it opens up a ton so should till have enough speed to hit something after that turn:

 

It's hard to tell, but the right side is a good sized hill that is cleared out enough to ride, and at the bottom (to the left) is another embankment. This is why I want a big snow this season, I want to make a 1/4 with a side spine.



And for S&G's, I made a little 30 second vid of the back yard. Once December hits, all these slopes really open up. Most plants are gone, and can see things better.


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@ batman-  yeah, I don't know what the hell I did there either.  I've embedded vids before.  Now I can't even view vids others are posting on here.  Must be a windows things as my pc is always doing something new with itself.
 
Somewhere above in this forum is the reason for the other drop in- our wall ride.  It's about 7' tall by 8' wide (probably doing another 4' wide section for this winter).
Yeah, lattice worked out pretty good.  No carving though, stuff is like ice. 
 
On the not getting much snow thing.  I'm just south of Detroit, we get jack for snow in the winter.  A couple of years ago we decided to start making it ourselves.  It's worked out really well.  This year we're adding a pressure washer and we made a new gun to up the output.  
 
And, as far as a rail- go to home depot and look for a 4x4 pvc post sleeve.  You can cut it in half length wise, put it on a 4x4 (post),  and bam you've got a 16' flat rail. 
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Oct/19/2011 at 3:08am
this was my backyard setup 3 houses ago.  need to go back there this winter, it's a good time.

edit:  oh yeah.  and it's at sea level.  the ocean is literally about a 1 mile away, almost exactly.  just sayin... had to.  this thread reminded me of it.  i miss it.. and snowboarding...

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We built a drop in ramp last winter and we will be using it again this year.

@Batman, watch out for those escaped animals I heard about roaming the Ohio landscape, could be in your backyard ...
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nice vid spens, nice backcountry backyard too.  
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snowmen:What are you talking about escaped animals?

snowj420:I think I am going to stick with metal. I have a connection, if you will, at a local scrap yard. I tell him to look for something, and if it comes in he sets it to the side for me. Next time some square steel pipe comes in, I am set! Just have to get some wire for my friends welder though...
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snowmen:What are you talking about escaped animals?



It has been all over the news out here about the guy in Ohio who killed himself and then let loose all of his exotic animals including rare Bengal Tigers, Bears, Wolves, etc. Sadly, the authorities had to kill many of them before they got out into the neighborhood.
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Originally posted by snowmen

Originally posted by batmanwest

snowmen:What are you talking about escaped animals?



It has been all over the news out here about the guy in Ohio who killed himself and then let loose all of his exotic animals including rare Bengal Tigers, Bears, Wolves, etc. Sadly, the authorities had to kill many of them before they got out into the neighborhood.


Ah, yes, just got done reading a few articles about that. Pretty freaking crazy. What I am getting sick of is the people hating on the cops for shooting all the animals. I get it, no one want's to see these animals have to die, but they can't be responsible for the actions of one crazy ass hill folk. Good thing the place where it happened is about an hour or so away.

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@batmanwest- post some pics when you're done.  always make sure to share w/ the class.  My little bro came up with the post sleeve idea, cheap (like 50-60 in materials) and easy.  If we do one I'll post pics.  We'd do metal, but none of our crew should be messing with weldersDead
On the animal note, that stuff was crazy!  Sad to see animals die because of one dumbass.  Maybe they at least sent some meat to a local homeless shelter or something.  Wild animals are wild for a reason ppl, lets keep em that way. 
hmmm..... "What was your craziest pet" forum?
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@batman - that set of stairs would be great to build into your feature...except for the whole huge ass drop on the other side. I'm not sure how the winters are in ohio, but can you build your own snow maker with an air compressor when the temps hit low enough? that should help if you have a lack of snow fall.
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snowathome.com   for anyone that gets boned on the snow like we do here in the midwest.  For about 350 you can get the parts to make your own (harbor freight for compressor and pressure wash, Lowes for gun, sah for your nozzles).  Totally worth it.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Oct/25/2011 at 3:38am
Problem with all that is I don't think the people I share the building with would be too impressed with a compressor running for a while...
Also, we don't have any water hookups on the outside of our building Angry

As far as working the stairs into it somehow...I think that might just be asking to break something.LOL

I am going to just cross my fingers, and count on having a big winter this year.

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