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Thoughts on my summer jib project.
I was thinking of seting up like a permanent rail/box thing in my yard. Would it work to dig a hole and put the support beams in them, then filling it with cement as a good base? I want a really sturdy set up. Thoughts?
cementing it in would definitely make for a very sturdy jib.. just make sure you put it in a good spot cuz theres gunna be no relocating it...
join build a jib cult no need to cement it bro.
i am going to suggest not putting cement right into the ground. What i would do is put the legs in 5 gallon buckets then filling those with cement and burrying them. That way if you ever have to move it you can
that would make it super solid which would be sick but like everyone else is saying, you never going to be able to move it, or remove it which might make it kind of a pain
oh word, Im gonna try that.
and I am putting behind this big berm thing in my yard, with a bunch of trees. So my parents won't care, because there is nothing behind it. I can't wait to build it.
I bought some tarp from home depot yesterday for this summer, kind of depressing really.
only bad thing is you cant move it around
lol if you cement it into the ground directly and decide to sell your house, i wonder what the real estate agent will say.
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