I don't think a welder would do it cheap, plus the steel needed that is the right type to be welded is kinda expensive unless you can find it or get it for free. But same price as anyone on here would do it.....yes.
no offence to pat or nothing but with a professional welder you do get a stronger guarantee of workmanship the advantage of pat (P-Jo) is tat he knows how to make it work for skiing, he is the man to see.
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basically in the legs we drilled holes and made pins to fit the holes so you can raise the lower the rail depending on how we progress or who is using it, if our friend who just started is gonna try, we'll put him on the lowest setting, if some of the guys who have more experience hit it we raise it, it's just a good way to get alot of progression out of only 1 piece of equipment
ive mad a 40 ftr thats in 4 10ft sections and 5inches wide its awsome for learnin to do 50-50s. and im workin on a dubble kink and piramid.(whey will be 30ftrs) and the joints fit togeather super smooth so rail spins are easaly doable