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Ive got an above ground pool, and we're buying a new liner this year, so i thought id dig it out deeper underneath and make a water ramp. Any thoughts? My pool's an oval 15x30 ft. Im just worried i might go off funny and break my back on the sides of the pool, or straight up skim into the side.
not gunna work, well it could with a small jump, but anything of size you need to have bublers to break the water up so you dont fuck yourself up landing, its easy enough to drive to them if you live semi close
I just remembered a video i saw once of some dude with an astroturf jump hucking off his dock into a lake. I'm thinking about bringing my summer setup to a lake by my house now. It probably wouldn't work at all, but would be some pretty good entertainment for an afternoon anyway.
I tossed an up rail off my dock last year. Same old green carpet deal. I think you'd have a better time with a rail... toss a gap and have the rail in the pool, you can practice crazy spins on/ off. Fun as shit.