Step 1: Tools and Materials
2. skrew driver (4 wat ever kind of skrews you have)
3. drilling machine (electric is way easer)
4. drill bits for the skrews
5. ruler of tape measure
1. a plank longer than your body (the thicker the better)
2. old skateboard
3. wood board (i used old cuboard doors)
4. other planks for reinforcing (if your first plank is to thin)
5. steel angle or other steel for reinforcing the first plank
6. wat ever skrews and nails you can find
Step 2: The Wheel Base
i also discovered that the long plank was to flexable.
Step 3: The Seat and Foot Rest
because of the truck being located were it is i had 2 make a T shape with the footrest to skrew it down.
i put a skrew about every 20-25cm apart.
Step 4: Back Rest
Step 5: Reinforce the Wheelbase
i used two peaces that we had removed from our ceiling long ago and stored in the roof of our garage.
i lined up the holes as best as possible and used coach bolts to fasten them down(up) .
Step 6: The Parachute
i used a 8square meter kite that i made and it did not work will (as a kite ) for the parachute. i used the bar for a spreader bar out the back of the luge to make the kite open. and the deployment device is a simple sain netting adaption. the one side of the parachute pulles out first then the other side pulles tight in the wind and stops you. mine weighed 21.5 kgs
Step 7: Da End
HAVE FUN AND BE SAFE