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Vital BMX member coldmajki
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4/21/2017 3:14 AM
Edited Date/Time: 4/21/2017 3:15 AM

I just bought the material for an uprail but dont really know what would be the perfect dimension. Any suggestions?


Vital BMX member grumpySteve
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4/21/2017 4:26 AM

I guess it depends how you intend to use it. If it's too high at the high end you'll have to hop high onto it, which could be quite limiting if you want to learn new stuff. But would make it cool when doing stuff up it. You could just make a flat rail and find curbs and stuff to raise one end?

I'd say about 18" tall at least. And at least 10' long? If it's too short you won't have time to lock in and balance properly

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