Introduction: Seesaw Bike Feature
This a balancing bike feature that is used to help improve your balance while having fun
This project will need the following
1: one 3/4 in, 4ft by 8ft
2: two 8ft, 2 by 4 planks
3: five 1ft, 4 by 4 blocks
4: one 6in, 2 by 4 plank
5: one 2ft, 2 by 4 blank
6: eight 1in screws
7: fourteen 2in screws
Step 1: Step 1 of Seesaw
Get your 4ft by 8ft board and set it up on 4 blocks
Step 2: Step 2 of Seesaw
Start measuring 1ft along one side of the board and mark it in 3 places
Step 3: Step 3 of Seesaw
Get a long strait ruler or level to draw a strait line from each mark
Step 4: Step 4 of Seesaw
Start cutting the board along the line that was marked, yoi can either do this with a skillsaw or a jigsaw.
Step 5: Step 5 of Seesaw
Get the two 2 by 4 planks and set them next to your 1ft by 8ft and get 6 of the 1in screws.
Step 6: Step 6 of Seesaw
Put the two 2 by 4 underneath the 1ft by 8ft plank.
Step 7: Step 7 of Seesaw
Next drill 3 screws on each sides, one on each end and one in the middle for both sides.
Step 8: Step 8 of Seesaw
Take the 6in 2 by 4 and place it underneath in the middle of the board and drill two 1in screws in to the top of the board
Step 9: Step 9 of Seesaw
Set two of the 4 by 4 blocks next to each other on the middle of the board
Step 10: Step 10 of Seesaw
Next with 4 of the 2in screws and angle your drill so that the screw goes through the block and the 2 by 4.
Step 11: Step 11 of Seesaw
Do the same as step 10 and angle the drill so the 2in screws go through both blocks.
Step 12: Step 12 of Seesaw
Add the last 4 by 4 on top of both blocks and use four of the 2in screws to screw them together and then use the two foot 2 by 4 on top of the 4 by 4. next use the last two 2in screws to screw the plank in place.
Step 13: Step 13 Final Step of Seesaw
Lastly make sure that everything is tight and nothing is loose. Next turn it upside done and make sure it works. Lastly the seesaw feature is finished have fun
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