So my mother work's/lives at a barn owned by a rich family in my town, there is a large parking lot out front, a large John Deere, and the snow is all plowed into neat rows, etc. I have access to a snow blower, a gator, and maybe a pressure washer/air compressor.
What I don't have are rails. All of them are at my old house. And they are in pretty poor condition. I built an A frame rail with to steep an angle, haven't fixed that, a 12 flat, and a 20 flat, on both of which the pvc is starting to bow, and the wood is warping.
And since I'm not working at any mountain this year, so far, I'm going to try to build the best setup possible. But I'm not sure what rails I should make. I'm thinking of fixing the a frame into a flat down, using the 12 flat, as maybe a rail to bonk feature, and take off 5 feet of the 20 foot rail. Not sure what else to make. I have 420-ish cash, minus 170$ for new Saga pants.
I'm pretty experienced with building rails, I know the ins and outs. But I'm just looking for ideas here. I'm almost thinking a Dfd would be a worthy investment, maybe a fdf instead. I want to make at least another flat rail, probably a boxlike rail, and if someone can give me some plans for a rainbow rail, then make on of them as well.
Inb4 "post this in build a jib cult you stupidhead", that's dead. It would take a week to get a response, and it probably wouldn't be helpful/reasonable. Fanks
My other ride is your mom.
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