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How big of a drop in for my park (winter time)?
I already made a 6 foot drop in this summer for my summer stuff. It seems like it won't be fast enough in the winter for my features. I have two 1 foot high 8 foot long boxes combined to make a 16 foot long box. I also have a 1.5 foot high 12 foot long rail. In the winter I want to build a 10' gap/step down jump. I also will build a 20 foot option for tow ins. So on to my question. How much height should I add on to my 6 foot tall drop in? I'll take pictures of my stuff tomorrow.
where are the pics?
Forgot to post them. Hold on they're on the camera.
the roll in is defintely faster in the winter cause you have snow and its much more slippery--i wouldn't worry about gettting speed--also you can use the snow as a way to make the inrun more smooth--making you also go faster
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i made a 16 ft long one, and it is crazy for speed, to hols snow i just pu 2x4's, or 1x1's to hold snow in works great, and its not to steep, spent about 20 - 30 bucks on it.
Yeah it may be 16 feet long but how tall (vertical) is it?
yeah i got like 1/2 an inch of snow on my drop in and my ramp was over 2x's faster then just the orange fence and carpet but you will need a bigger dropin if your gonna build a jump after it
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