How to Build Jump StandardsCrafting Jump Standards
Crafting Jump Standards
The construction of a school standards requires very little joinery and can be very cost effective. Including a saw, 3" bolts (16) and a bit, or 3" spikes (16) and a mallet. Of course, these are for the jump cups. Now take your 4' of 2 "x8" boards and cut them into 4 sections of 12" each.
Fasten one of the feet to the underside of the pole (screws or nails). Align the lefthand side of the base with the lefthand side of the mullion. Repetition with one leg per side. of the pole, and lean on the existing leg. Ready-made standart seen from above.
Ready-made side view of the stand. Can I get the pole for about $6 and the plank for about $4 at the main depot; whereas a pack of training standards will sell for $75, not a false deal!â We can provide you with a specific adhesive tape to make a strip on your PVC sticks (equestrian shops) or you can get your own contacts from your offices.
It may be necessary to strengthen the wrapping film. But for $5-$10 each, it's a little creative.
Building standards for horse jumping Dogs
Marks both tracks as "A". This will be the default jumppost. Take your measurements 12 inch from the bottom end of the two "A" cards. Proceed to size and highlight the planks at 15 inch, 18 inch, 21 inch, 24 inch, 27 inch, 30 inch, 33 inch, 36 inch, 39 inch, 42 inch and 45 inch.
The markings should be in the middle of the "A" mullion. You can use the inch-american ¼ doll to bore a whole through all the points you have just taken on both "A" bits. Trim eight 20-inch slices from the two 1 x 4. This forms the basis for the jump standards. Reverse the "A" pole and turn another "B" panel right-angled to "A" in the opposite orientation to the first "B" panel.
Turn the "A" pole and thread the third "B" PCB in a pin wheel design onto the bottom of "A". Unscrew the 4th "B" plate onto the last side of the "A" pole and complete the wheel. Position a cups on the 12" holes and place the pen.