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ddemille1Should be fine, people are over intimidated by corrugated tubes
you probably won't have enough speed to actually learn much in a normal backyard dropin
additionally, the entire point of a backyard setup is to learn swaps and whatnot imo
not the best place to learn
yungcurvIma have disagree with you here chief, I spend most of my days in the yard as opposed to the mountain, and tbh I ski best here so for me I tend to get creative with what I make but that's just me to each his own
I’m saying the backyard on corrugated is not the best way to learn stuff, opposed to pvc
yungcurvYou right. I actually recommend making metal shotgun rails, they last longer and are similarly easy to learn tricks on than pvc, just a little higher up front process.
PhreeKandiWhat is a good diameter for each metal piece of the shotgun rail?