Back in the era before electricity, people would use candles to light their living spaces but now, they are considered dangerous. so why not turn all your old candles into skate wax so you can wax skateparks and make everyone happy. Everyone loves lots of wax at the skatepark. - Joe Stuart.
Coco Sanchez - How to build a P-Rail (DIY). Filmed by Vincent Kudrna in Sedona, AZ. “If you already have a drill, the drill heads, and drill bits, this project will cost you about $30.00”.
What you need
- Wood: 1 piece of a 2x6 cut in half
- PVC pipe: 1 piece of a 2”x10’ cut in half
- Corner Braces: comes with screws
- Screws: 10x2in (wood screws)
- Drill bits: multiple sizes
- Screw heads
- A Drill
If you’re familiar with using a drill, this project shouldn’t take longer than 30 minutes. If you’re like me and you’re unfamiliar or you’ve just dabbled with a screw gun, give yourself about an hour or so. Take your time!
Oh yeah, Home Depot can be exhausting…if you go to the website and type in the products needed, the website will tell you which aisle and bin. Don’t forget to type in your location. Orrrrr you can make a new friend inside and just ask! Most times the employees are helpful. Alright, send it! - Coco Sanchez.
After seeing a lot of people skating PVC play rails I decided to investigate a bit about how they are done and we did one for the shop, once a lot of people asked how did we make it, here it is the video of me and Moe Fisher explaining how we did it. - Ricardo Lino.