Building Horse JumpsConstruction of horse jumps
Use two four-feet sections for measuring and sawing. Stage 2: Measuring 18" from the floor on each of the straight 4-foot-joints. Begin the marker for the bucket slots in the middle of the bar every three inch until you get to the top. Stage 3: Use the ¼ inch bur to make a drilled pocket through the spot.
Stage 4: Support a 1 "x4" board from the floor, measure and mark all 20". Use other 1 "x4" boards. Stage 5: Support a 4-leg 4 "x4" bar so that one of the legs is facing down at a 90-degree angel. Attach the stand to the bottom of the bracket with two bolts.
Stage 6: Turn the bar and resume the assembly of the other three legs in a two screw pinewheel design. Stage 7: Adjust your new default to make sure it is stable, then try fitting a spring cups and a stylus to verify the seat through the notches. You can now try your new leap!
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