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Best place to jack rails???
Me and my bro just picked up a cabin north of Summit lake. We've been on a mission to score a few pointless (unslideable in present location) rails and relocate them to our new winter home for late night drunken jibs. We come to anchorage frequently and have a four place snowmachine trailer to haul them away on. Any ideas?? Oh yeah, and one of these days once we get snow, all you guys are going to have to come down for a little 'machine' assisted riding/jibbing.
maybe a junkyard
'Dude, we're sick. I mean, he's pretty sick, but his muscles aren't as big as mine, so, ya know...' -CR Johnson
theres a lot for some construction company in eagle river near the fire station that has handrails aplenty, like kinked, double kinked and flat, they are just lying on the ground near a bunch of boxes, if you had a truck and went at night you could get a few no prob, in fact, i think thats what i'll be doing next weekend
there is a rail sitting out of the ground near the spenard builders supply on minnesota and tudor, i saw it 2 weeks ago, it might still be there. i will check and repost then get back to ya.
it is red,long like 20 feet
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