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Mounting a skateboard on a WII FIT balance board I thought the WIIFIT needed something so I mounted a skate board on it, so I made this plate/board ...
1 sheet 2x2 (24inX24in) � plywood cut to 24inX15in Metal brackets from decking parts 4ea 4qty 8-10D X 1 �y 4-10D X 1/2 4qty GA2 2inch wide Velcro ...
START BY MARKING THE BOARD FIND THE CENTER POINT AND EXTEND YOUR MARKS TO THE EDGES, THESE MARKS WILL SERVE TO CENTER THE WIIFIT ON THE BOARD, LOOK ...
APPLY A PIECE OF HEAVY DUTY FELT TO FLAT SIDE OF EACH OF THE GA2 BRACKETS
USING THE MARKS YOU MADE CENTER THE WIIFIT ON THE BOARD
ATTACH ONE GA2 TO THE CENTER EACH SIDE OF THREE SIDES OF THE WIIFIT, THE FOURTH SIDE IS THE SWITCH OFFSET THIS BRACKET SO IT DOES NOT INTERFERE ...
TURN THE BOARD OVER
CENTER THE SKATEBOARD ON THE BOARD
MEASUREMENTS HERE VARY REFER TO THE PHOTOS FOR PLACEMENT OF BRACKETS ONE 8-10 1 �ND ONE 4-10D � 2 INCH VELCRO TO HOLD THE BOARD IN PLACE PHOTOS ...
USE �PS OF VELCRO TO ATTACH THE BOARD TO THE WIIFIT, PHOTO11
THIS MOD WILL CHANGE THE CENTER OF GRAVITY OF THE WIIFIT AND IT IS POSSIBLE TO LOSE YOUR BALANCE, SO USE CAUTION AND CLEAR THE AREA OF OBSTICLES. ...
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