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What kind of wood to use?
I picked up a 4 stair yesterday on the street, one that goes to an above ground pool. There's a flat side on it. I was planning on using it for a ramp this winter, what kind of wood should I lean up against it to do so? Should I put supports under the wood to hold it up? I was thinking of just piling lots of snow for the ramp, but with last year's turn out of snowstorm followed by rain the next day, I'd rather spend time now in the summer. (I'm up in MA by the way)..
How much should the wood run me by the way? And, if I wanna get like a plastic style top, like one a box has on top, where can I go to purchase some like that?
a four stair like only four stairs what are you gonna do be more specific are you gonna gap it or hit the reail cause either way its not worth it
I'm just gonna use it to walk up, and then have a ramp going down to get speed for railing I'm gonna setup in the backyard. I don't have much of a downhill area at all so I really need it to get a startup of speed. I'm also prolly gonna gap it.
Im just lost as to what kind of wood would be sturdy to use as a downhill for getting speed, since I'm gonna just put it up against the stairs.
oh well the you should just jerry rig it to make it just how you want since i can tsee what you want helo with i cant be to specifac if you could upload a pic that would be sick
plywood? and put carpet or snow over it? uhh, if the wood bends, get thinker wood or just pur supports, its not that hard
do you mean rail?
and to the guy asking the question you are better off just building the inrun with a ladder on it. Its goning to be cheeper and less bulky
what the fuck is a signature?
what kind of wood? are you serious...do u not have any common sense
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