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maxstrI use my summer drop in for learning new tricks and a C rail and S rail are hard to do tricks on, i would just stick with a nice wide long tube for getting front swaps,back swaps,270's on,270's off etc. Its a good way to practice, but if your looking for some fun go with the dragon tail or maybe even C or S rail.
jynx81What i do is use a 2X4 and put metal sheet wrap on it and screw it in in the 2X4 so there is no welding and its dirt cheap
mantoastHow well does this actually work? Got any pics or vids of you hitting them. Wanna do this too
jynx81I dont have an vids or pics. but its pretty sick as long as the 2x4 has adequate support. and the metal wrap is steel,Not aluminum foil.
mantoastNow by metal wrap are you referring to like roofing sheeting or ducting type metal? Where did you find yours
jynx81^ *lol sorry im a newb* ^^^^
theabortionator^Could also bolt down some round tube or flat bar to a 2x4 frame. drill a hole near the end on each end, only in one side. Slip a bolt in there, and crank it down on the 2x4. Would be rock solid and have the same feel as a welded rail.
jynx81Thats something I've been exploring for a long time. But fence post are expensive and so is conduit. Flat bars are almost impossible to find. Luckily i found some fence post in my local Forrest for free