How to Make a Homemade Snowskate




Introduction: How to Make a Homemade Snowskate

This start off and a joke with mate but have final got around to make one. you can bay then off the net but why do that more fun this way. Here is a Vidoe of a mate using it!!!!

Step 1: You Will Need

Are gone need to get hold of:

- Old Skatebored Beck
- Old Skies; you own will need one of then. (Blads would better but I did not have)
- 5 of 6 x 3 x 8 cm wood blocks (I use recycled plastic block)
- 12 screw 6 cm lenght

Tules need

- Jigsaw cutter with metal blade cutter
- Cordless Drill
- Drill
- Screws driver heads

Step 2: Cutting Ski

To cut the ski I you a jigsaw cutter using a metal blade cutter. This is because of the street edge. Watch out for the edge will get hot!!!!! The lenght of the ski is determid by the lenght of your skatebored. On my one it is 83cm fromt he tip.

Step 3: Screw Bored and Ski On

Drill pilot holes as will make it easier to screw in the screws. The frunt block have screws going up and down. First screw in two in the top and the two in the bottom and then the other four screw. repet this with the back block but only thor the Top.

Step 4: Finished and Vidoe

That is it so going and have fun in the snow with it. here is a little vid to show it doing it thing.

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    So there are four screws in the front block and and only two in the back? I plan on building this and am kind of confused. I know this is an old instructable but please help!!!


    13 years ago on Introduction

    My first impression was "how the hell do you balance on that?" - thanks for the video - very good.



    Reply 13 years ago on Introduction

    it is just like a skatebored but just got to watch out for digging in a edge.


    Reply 13 years ago on Introduction

    The balance bust be different to both a skateboard and a snowboard, but it's handled really well.