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12/29/2018 2:26 PM

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12/29/2018 2:31 PM

I started out making a replica of my track for my son and after people seen it I started making them for others. They are shaped out of styrofoam and then I bedline them so they are very durable and will last for a long time. Kids walk n crawl all over them, grown adults can even stand on the jumps.

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12/29/2018 3:02 PM

That’s awesome! My daughter would love something like that. I’m not sure why you got a thumbs down but I dig it much better the. The wood scraps someone tries to sell on here

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12/29/2018 3:06 PM

p3fab wrote:

That’s awesome! My daughter would love something like that. I’m not sure why you got a thumbs down but I dig it much better the. The wood scraps someone tries to sell on here

It's always a great hit with kids of all ages and even some of the adults lol

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12/29/2018 3:19 PM

That’s great. What foam are you using? My dad made me a couple foam tracks as a kid with expanding foam then carving it out. He switched to different foam and now makes my boys a track every Christmas. Here was the one this year.

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12/29/2018 3:24 PM

731chopper wrote:

That’s great. What foam are you using? My dad made me a couple foam tracks as a kid with expanding foam then carving it out. He switched to different foam and now makes my boys a track every Christmas. Here was the one this year.

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I made the first one last Christmas for my son. I made him one for this Christmas for him to take to his mom's house and he said he wanted a train on it too. One of them is supposed to be a tribute to the Dayton supercross.

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12/29/2018 3:29 PM

motoman811 wrote:

I made the first one last Christmas for my son. I made him one for this Christmas for him to take to his mom's house and he said he wanted a train on it too. One of them is supposed to be a tribute to the Dayton supercross.

We’ll need to try the bed liner. He used a rubber type paint this year hoping it’d hold up but it’s already got some damage (my youngest is 2 and tough on equipment, lol). What are you using for the base?

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12/29/2018 3:31 PM

731chopper wrote:

That’s great. What foam are you using? My dad made me a couple foam tracks as a kid with expanding foam then carving it out. He switched to different foam and now makes my boys a track every Christmas. Here was the one this year.

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motoman811 wrote:

I made the first one last Christmas for my son. I made him one for this Christmas for him to take to his mom's house and he said he wanted a train on it too. One of them is supposed to be a tribute to the Dayton supercross.

731chopper wrote:

We’ll need to try the bed liner. He used a rubber type paint this year hoping it’d hold up but it’s already got some damage (my youngest is 2 and tough on equipment, lol). What are you using for the base?

2" styrofoam house insulation. Not going to lie the bed liner is really expensive but it last forever and super durable

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12/29/2018 7:57 PM

The Elf was manning the checkered flag on the kids track before Christmas this year smile Photo

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12/29/2018 8:10 PM

motoman811 wrote:

I started out making a replica of my track for my son and after people seen it I started making them for others. They are shaped out of styrofoam and then I bedline them so they are very durable and will last for a long time. Kids walk n crawl all over them, grown adults can even stand on the jumps.

Thanks for sharing. I occasionally spray rhino bedliners. I need to have one built to spray next time I do one.

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12/30/2018 11:57 AM

A miniature one that could fit on a desk would be cool. ~ 10-12 inches wide. Smaller jumps of course.
Do you take email orders?

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12/30/2018 4:48 PM

Sweetd31 wrote:

A miniature one that could fit on a desk would be cool. ~ 10-12 inches wide. Smaller jumps of course.
Do you take email orders?

kbmoto811@yahoo.com

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12/30/2018 8:49 PM

In a cheap pinch just shape and tape a box. The take off ramp came with an rc dirt bike. Kids still love it. Photo

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12/30/2018 9:43 PM

731chopper wrote:

That’s great. What foam are you using? My dad made me a couple foam tracks as a kid with expanding foam then carving it out. He switched to different foam and now makes my boys a track every Christmas. Here was the one this year.

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I don't mean to brag, but I have ridden your track before.

I was able to do the.. what's bigger than a quad...?

I just googled it. I quinted it. See the attached, this is what actually happened that day. I was feelin' it.

Follow the yellow line; I squared off the turn, then absolutely booted it. That is me in mid-air, about to land the quint.

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