|04-11-2007, 10:25 AM||#1|
Top of the morning to ya!
My sister works at a company that recently removed their NBA certified basketball court (hint, Michael Jordan has actually played on these boards!). She ended up with a bunch of plank sections from this court. I saw them and instantly thought "Lifting Platforms!"
- These are about 1" thick and are tongue and grooved wood on a plywood base.
- They measure in at 2' + wide x 6' long.
- The top is finished in whatever gloss they use on basketball courts.
- You can see from the pictures (wfs) that the sections are not very square.
A little work will be required to get these to work. You would need to rip these platforms down the length to get a nice square edge (bring you to exactly 2' wide). Then butt them together and put stall mats on either side. Viola! I think that there are enough to do at least 3 platforms (a 4 x 6 platform will require 2 slabs). These are being stored at my parents house in Yorba Linda and they just want to get rid of them ASAP so contact me at nixican_at_gmail_dot_com and I will give you the details on when and where you can pick them up.
Let me know if you have any questions.
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