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if you get lexan get the stuff thats 100x stronger than glass, 10x is to brittle. hockey board material, ive seen it at farm stores and stuff dont know where else you sould get it. joel used countertop material he said it worked good.
sometimes the rays of the sun get really sharp and poke me int he soft part of my eye
at my mountain (Greek Peak) they use like this deck material that is black and really slippery when its wet before that they just used like plexi-glass shit on the top of their kink box and they had a 1 ft tall 3 ft long flat box .. it was gay now the kink kicks ass and they made a totally new flat box thats like only 12 foot long but its good for small stuff and they used the decking material on that.. o .. and they used the same stuff for this rainbow box that they built.. its oretty sweet.. i just cant wait to get back on the snow .. summer plz get over soon!
Good luck with that box ur making
Like a rock......
'Who needs peace on earth.. we just need peace on the mountians.'
Any hard plastic would be good (formica, melamine, perspex, plexiglass) but it would probably cost quite a lot. A few years back when we had new kitchen work surfaces installed we had some left over than my brother used to skate on and that slid really well. A sheet of stainless steel would probably be cheapest and easiest.
in our town theres this old skater who now designs skateparks. he developed this material for the top of ramps called tuff stuff. it is a mix of wood, plastic and fiber glass. it works great and alot of pro skateboarders use it for skating. he took it out of his indoor park in our town because when dust got on top of it, it became to slippery. he offered to sell us some for real cheap what u guys think and have u ever heard of it. he has a website.... http://www.spcskateparks.com/indexa.html
standard plastic sheeting, sometimes used under shingles on housing now. It's no more than 1cm thick. they have it on the box at blue. its perfect for curved boxes because it can be easily shaped. Personally I'm all about this countertop material we have at my house. it a decent slide when try, and ridiculously cool when wet. plus it can come in a variety of colours. I'm thinking of making a small flat bar rail out of wood and capping it with some camo countertop.
Ice, snow, man-made, slush, powder, as long as u land on your feet nothing else matters
lenolium. real cheap easy to handle and slippery when wet. not as good as plexi or whatever the other shit is but your gonna save yourself a shit load of money.
sacrifice, to some its just a word, to others it is a code, what matters is the colony, he is willing to live for the colony, fight for the colony, die for the colony.