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I'm looking to make a portable wooden jump that I can put a layer of snow on top of and bring around to hit urban. Just wondering if anyone else has tried this b/c it seems a lot easier than building a jump out of snow.
You can stack them up against things and if you need to smooth out the transition just stack one so it rests on the mid point of the next. Cover with some sort of astroturf like this to allow you to stack snow on top:
we used to use a wooden jump but it's a pain in the ass to haul-- one more thing when some yard mules, property management come and expect you to be packed up and gone in 30sec or they take down your info.
Problem is that every rail is different. When you're building a jump out of snow you can adjust the height and angle to match the angle of the downrail or whatever, and with a piece of pre-fab wood you can't do that. Pallets work though if you're low on snow.