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Dry slope drop-in material
Construction sites are always good.. They have lots of usable scraps that will be thrown away. You can go by and just take them or ask, either way won't be an issue. I got all of my wood from sites, only screws and turf from Lowes. PVC rails also came from construction sites, although a little more sketchy to take. Good luck!
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i made my drop in 9 feet tall with a 45 degree pitch at the start and I just went to lowes and bought standard green turf. Just use a little water and it should be perfect.
You want turf. It's the best option for speed, control, and regulation of speed. If you want more speed, put water and dish washer soap on it. Want less? Use it dry.
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turf works fine, if you want extra speed you can put lattice or orange construction fence over it, or if you have the money for it, get mSnow.
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