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my finished product yours can come out tottaly different every thing is optional 2-6 are of me jumping the ramp ignore my faces I made that was becau...
go get your dads tools or your own. a hand saw or circular saw optional. skill saw or a small hand held carving saw (I don.t know what they are call...
now this step will show you how to make a perfect curve to your board. if you are planning on making it like 5 inches tall you shouldn't even waist ...
get the skill saw or the hand held carving saw out and cut along your lines don't worry if you make some small bumps when you put the studs in you can...
you have these two pieces. now you need too measure the height. now cut a piece of ply wood the same height as you measured "exactly" and as wide a...
1.ok to get it started align you're pieces so they look like this. 2.different view. 3.add some screws 6 on each stud
the studs to make thees you need some thin wood a 2x4 will work. I used old hard wood floor boards that worked fine. measure the with of the ramp o...
ok last and hardest step....1. the best material to use for this is 1/4 inch ply wood if you use this you wont have to do any thing to it but wet th...
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