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    Looks AWESOME, nice job.
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    looks amazing, I hope my backyards big enough when I get the money for a miniramp

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    how is the transition between the masonite gaps/joints?

    did you manage to get it pretty flush? i've seen plans, and decided for myself one day, that i'm going to angle the edges of the masonite so that its lot smoother to roll over, instead of the horizontal lines/bumps. by cutting the square into 4 triangles and laying them that way.

    looks so good though! i live in the city so no backyard/private space for me for 10+ years



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    Quote Originally Posted by cptn craig View Post
    how is the transition between the masonite gaps/joints?

    did you manage to get it pretty flush? i've seen plans, and decided for myself one day, that i'm going to angle the edges of the masonite so that its lot smoother to roll over, instead of the horizontal lines/bumps. by cutting the square into 4 triangles and laying them that way.

    looks so good though! i live in the city so no backyard/private space for me for 10+ years
    there not bad at all, i spaced each sheet with a penny and the boards are perfectly flush. the only thing that you can feel are the screws that arnt perfectly countersunk or too much counter sinking, but its nothing that will affect your skating.

    i was thinking of laying the Masonite at a angle like you said, but that requires more cutting and you have to be precise otherwise your gonna end up with uneven gaps.

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    hella clean

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    That's looking hot! My parents would never allow that in the backyard lol

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    how long is your flat bottom?

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    Epically good!
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    Quote Originally Posted by AnthonyLepore<3 View Post
    how long is your flat bottom?
    the plans called for 8 foot, but to me that was way to long and i like to be shot out to the other side a little quicker so i made it 6 foot, perfect...

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    looks nice man. would love to have one in my backyard

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    good **** man i wanna make a mini outta my 4ft quater pipe
    Merging doublepost
    oh and also did you use a jig saw or a circular saw for the transition cuts?
    Last edited by smokin_trees; 05-15-2010 at 05:40 AM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost

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    Quote Originally Posted by smokin_trees View Post
    good **** man i wanna make a mini outta my 4ft quater pipe
    Merging doublepost
    oh and also did you use a jig saw or a circular saw for the transition cuts?
    used a jig saw for the trannys and a circular saw everything else.

    just gotta be patient and steady to get them all relatively the same for a good fit...takes time.

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    Dude! You gotta cover that ramp during the nights!(Unless u knew that..) The masonite will get bubbles & crack if it rains on it.
    I made a manual box out of wood & masonite. It's ****ed up now, can't even skate on it.

    Damn, that's good work! Hope you get lots of nice sessions on that!
    Again, nice work!

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    Quote Originally Posted by lilljohn View Post
    Dude! You gotta cover that ramp during the nights!(Unless u knew that..) The masonite will get bubbles & crack if it rains on it.
    I made a manual box out of wood & masonite. It's ****ed up now, can't even skate on it.

    Damn, that's good work! Hope you get lots of nice sessions on that!
    Again, nice work!
    haha, ya i knew that, but thanks for the heads up. Ive actually left it open when i went to school once and the rain came out of no where and i rushed home but it was too late and it bubbled up, but surprisingly it dried up and i screwed it all down flat and its good to go....no cracks or wear spots so its pretty resilient to water.

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    Pretty decent man, looks sick. I hope to build a mini this summer with my dad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RooR View Post
    haha, ya i knew that, but thanks for the heads up. Ive actually left it open when i went to school once and the rain came out of no where and i rushed home but it was too late and it bubbled up, but surprisingly it dried up and i screwed it all down flat and its good to go....no cracks or wear spots so its pretty resilient to water.
    Luckily yours isn't very big. Get one big waterPROOF (not resistant) tarp to cover the whole thing. Maybe even make a wooden stand that sits in the flat bottom to hold the tarp up like a circus tent so no puddles gather. I had the damndest time keeping my 4'x12' mini ramp dry. Differnt layers of tarps and dropcloths and all sorts of crap. Looks good though. Good luck

    Oh BTW have your neighbors gotten fed up with the never ending noise outside?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jaredsamurai View Post
    Luckily yours isn't very big. Get one big waterPROOF (not resistant) tarp to cover the whole thing. Maybe even make a wooden stand that sits in the flat bottom to hold the tarp up like a circus tent so no puddles gather. I had the damndest time keeping my 4'x12' mini ramp dry. Differnt layers of tarps and dropcloths and all sorts of crap. Looks good though. Good luck

    Oh BTW have your neighbors gotten fed up with the never ending noise outside?
    ya ive been covering it and placing a trashcan in the center for no puddles.

    and no my neighbors are chill old people, they can barley hear and they sometimes come out and just stare at me and smile. I skate at 10pm sometimes too and there cool with it.

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    did you save money by making it 6 feet instead of 8. if i build a mini its going to be the same size as yours. you did a good job and it looks fun.

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    Oh man i'm in love. that thing looks just perfect. i want a mini so badly it's untrue. To be good at mini ramps...that's the dream man. Can't think of anytime in the next ever that i'll be able to get one though with where i'm probably living for the next 3years atleast.
    Serious e-five for that beauty

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    Thats a really nice mini, thats what I would model mine after if I ever were to build one.

    Money isn't my most prominent resource right now, so it won't happen for quite awhile.


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