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Remember those great baby contraptions, your parents would hook up to the door frame, and you'd bounce around for hours? Johnny jumpers! Well I made t...
-two five gallon buckets (edit:was using five gallon buckets and found they aren't strong enough, a bucket like the red one we used is better) -about ...
First things first, you'll need to find a good spot to build yours. Like I mentioned before I first built this in the barn, and it worked well, but th...
Now set your ladder up against the limb, closer to the tree is better, rather than way out on the limb. Then chain the pulley around the limb. After y...
Now tie both ropes to their buckets, and thread the other end through the pulley. Do it to both buckets and both pulleys.
If you plan on using a trampoline (which I recommend) underneath you move it now. Position it between the two pulley systems.
Now pull all the rope through the pulley so that the bucket is about a foot away from the pulley. This gives you room to jump, and the buckets don't h...
Now add equal weights to both buckets, this lightens you so you are nearly weightless. I weigh 110 and I use about 40-45 pounds in each side. You'll l...
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