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Free Ski Rails available, central MA (multiple)

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Posted: Jun 09, 2010 - 12:43 AM GMT

My stepson moved out over the winter, and we now have four assorted rails for park tricks in our yard. Since my knee is messed, I need to give them away. I would prefer that they end up with a ski person, versus a scrap metal collector, so trying here before I try craigslist. Sorry for the large pictures.

Message me here if you are interested, I want these to go to a good home!

Red metal flat rail with kink (drops down), about 2 inches wide by 8 feet long. Not shown, the legs that hold it up.

10 feet long, 2 inch diameter. There are two if these, identical. Both have two legs that hold it up, only one is in the picture.

PVC rail on a wooden base. About 8 inches wide, 10 feet long. PVC is ideal for sliding I guess. Legs need some work on this one,

Snow fence (mesh hard plastic fencing). Maybe 20+ feet, not sure. This is what the kids used to land on in the summer.

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