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    Last edited by Tim; 10-07-2020, 06:48 AM.

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  • surfingcowboy
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    PappyZ, Same goes for me. I would like to know how your purchase and arrangment works out. Tell us more when you can. Thanks for Sharing!

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  • dad
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    That looks cool, keep us posted

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  • ashr0077
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    Originally posted by mirokiuru View Post
    Hello!
    i recently made new drum and used old table for it! They are much easier to find than thick cutting boards and sometimes people give them for free.
    You can check my post if you want to see how i made mine
    my friend you give is a very good example of recycling I am very impressed from you i am also want to do this kind of work we need to learn from you and please share your ideas if you can make more things like that

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  • febor
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    Last edited by rdshackleford; 03-21-2020, 06:09 AM.

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  • m.breen
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    Thanks for sharing that.

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  • COOP
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    The valor fitness ca-53 is made very sturdy and platform is 2 inch thick. I put bag of sand on top of it as well, but it doesn't necessarily need it. It adjusts quickly good rebound. I am very happy with it.

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  • Speedbag
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    Originally posted by PappyZ View Post
    I've been researching options to replace my drum (made from 3/4 inch pine) with something more substantial. I considered using a piece of butcher block counter top (seems that a rectangular or square piece of wood is much cheaper than a round piece), but everything I found was $100+, even for a 2 ft x 2 ft piece.

    I stumbled across this while searching online, which I thought might be of interest to other members:

    https://www.webstaurantstore.com/cho...64WCB2424.html

    It's a 24"x24"x1-3/4" hardwood "cutting board" for $55 (plus $20 shipping). It's made from a tropical hardwood called rubberwood, which has a hardness similar to that of maple. Seems like it should do the trick, but we'll see. Hope my wife will be home to hold it up while I attach it!
    Should be a beast!

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  • rdshackleford
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    I'll be interested to know how you like the Valor. It was one of the ones I looked at before going with X-Mark.

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  • COOP
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    I found the Valor fitness ca-53 on ebay for $230 new to replace my self built one. Its adjustable so i told my wife it was for both of us.....shockingly she was fine with that.

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  • mirokiuru
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    Hello!
    i recently made new drum and used old table for it! They are much easier to find than thick cutting boards and sometimes people give them for free.
    You can check my post if you want to see how i made mine

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    Idea for a new drum

    I've been researching options to replace my drum (made from 3/4 inch pine) with something more substantial. I considered using a piece of butcher block counter top (seems that a rectangular or square piece of wood is much cheaper than a round piece), but everything I found was $100+, even for a 2 ft x 2 ft piece.

    I stumbled across this while searching online, which I thought might be of interest to other members:

    https://www.webstaurantstore.com/cho...64WCB2424.html

    It's a 24"x24"x1-3/4" hardwood "cutting board" for $55 (plus $20 shipping). It's made from a tropical hardwood called rubberwood, which has a hardness similar to that of maple. Seems like it should do the trick, but we'll see. Hope my wife will be home to hold it up while I attach it!
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