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Published 05.12.2014 | Author : admin | Category : Simple Boat Plans

A large and comfortable double bed in a cozy, well insulated interior all set and ready for a good nights sleep.
The other side will most likely host a bench seat with an extractable bed and storage space underneath.
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You are currently viewing our forum as a guest, which gives you limited access to view most discussions and access our other features. Pictures by praskisoul - Photobucket STEP BY SEP HOW I BUILD REMOVABLE ROOF RACK, 2011 SOUL + US. Took this yesterday while unloading the incrdibly versatile Soul after a weekend of camping and kayaking. In order to verify that you are a human and not a spam bot, please enter the answer into the following box below based on the instructions contained in the graphic. The two options are a wash in price but the drop axle seems easier to load, the overall ramp length would be shorter and not require extra race ramps to store. Brad - I was able to load my lowered M3 onto U-haul trailers just using race-ramps on my tow vehicle rear axles. Another issue with with dropped axles is that the trailers fenders are a lot high, in relation to the deck. As for loading, I have those steel ramps you see on the back of the trailer and some wooden ramps that I use in conjunction. I have a detached garage with alley access, so I don't have to worry about clearing curbing up to an angled driveway, so I think it should work out ok.
The benefit of the tilt bed is there are no ramps to deal with and the deck is high enough that doors clear the fenders by a pretty good margin. The only things I would do differently now than when I bought my open trailer 13 years ago would be to 1) include an electric winch at the front of the deck, 2) have an electrically driven hydraulic tilt instead of the manual jack, and 3) have 2 spare tires mounted somewhere on the trailer. Heavy duty 8-lug axles would also be a consideration, but would have definitely been overkill since I don't carry things like multiple tons of bricks or heavy machinery.
A sign for display on a basketball backboard includes a substantially rigid sheet of material having indicia to be displayed on a front surface thereof.
Besides wood, velcro, paint, special fabric, is their anything else you need to make a pedal board?
I mean a cover, most people just use flightcases so they can put down, opne up, make sure settings are right, plug in and play. I like the Ikea idea--but it needs a cover--I've been sketching out ideas, and I'm glad I didn't make one yet--so I can fit in the pedal I won. Basically I'm going to leave some extra room in case I get new pedals and make a cover so I can keep the dust off the pedals and carry it around if I want to. I do look in thrift shops and similar stores for a briefcase or suitcase that might work--they're either too big or too small. I like the board to be wedge shaped, the power supply and cables hidden, power and Neutrik jacks on the board's sides, handles for carrying, and pedal locks to prevent the pedals from moving when stomping and transporting. I really admired the simplicity of the Pumaboards, and thought I could make something similar with scrap I had around the shop. Then I cut a hole in the side and put in a male 3 prong receptacle so I could just use a 6 foot plack extension chord for power. Tools: Wood saws (circular or table or hand or reciprocating), belt or other sander, electric drill, square or other straightedge, tape measure, angle finder (optional), clamps, saw horses. These are small vehicles and all you need is some basic equipment to convert it into a sensible camper van.
Get a mattress cut to the right size and you're about done.You can also organize your gear and add a small cooker and a portable refrigerator by using a camping box behind the rear row of seats. By joining our community, at no cost, you will have access to post topics, communicate privately with other members (PM), respond to polls, upload content and access many other special features. From looking around the paddock, I'm guessing I'll need a set of race ramps for loading my lowered E36.
I understand I would lose ground clearance with the drop axle, but don't have any experience to know if this should be a concern. I've found it's hard to get many details about trailers too, as far as specific dimensions without seeing the trailer in person.
The sheet of material includes a notch formed in a lower edge of the sheet of material for engaging rim. A sign according to claim 1, wherein said attachment device includes at least one elastic cord.
A sign according to claim 2, wherein said attachment device further includes a hook attached to and end of said elastic cord.
A sign according to claim 2, wherein said attachment device further includes a ring attached to a rear surface of said sheet of material. A sign according to claim 2, wherein at least one end of said elastic cord is fixed to said sheet of material. A sign according to claim 6, wherein said sheet material defines at least two slots to facilitate the passage of said strap. A sign according to claim 7, wherein said sheet material defines at least four slots to facilitate the passage of said strap. A sign according to claim 8, wherein said attachment device includes no more than one strap. A sign according to claim 1, wherein said attachment device includes at least one catch mounted to a rear surface of said sheet of material to engage an edge of said backboard. A sign according to claim 11, wherein said sheet of material includes a plurality of predefined mounting positions each adapted to detachable engage said catch. A sign according to claim 13, wherein said predefined mounting positions include apertures at least partially through said sheet of material.
A sign according to claim 13, wherein said predefined mounting positions are ranged obliquely on said sheet of material. A sign according to claim 1, wherein said sheet of material further includes indicia on a back surface thereof. A sign according to claim 16, wherein said attachment device is reversible, such that either said front surface or said back surface of said sheet of material can be selectively displayed. A sign according to claim 1, wherein said sheet of material is substantially larger than a standard basketball backboard. A sign according to claim 1, wherein said sheet of material has a shape that is different than the shape of a standard basketball backboard. A sign according to claim 1, further including decorative matter complementary to said indicia attached to said rim. A sign according to claim 1, wherein said sheet of material has at least one cat therein to facilitate folding of said sheet material, said cut passing through one but not both of said front surface and a back surface of said sheet material. A method according to claim 24, further comprising attaching decorative matter to said rim, said decorative matter being complementary to said indicia.
A sign according to claim 28, wherein said attachment device further includes a hook attached to and end of said elastic cord. A sign according to claim 28, wherein said attachment device further includes a ring attached to a rear surface of said sheet of material.
A sign according to claim 28, wherein at least one end of said elastic cord is fixed to said sheet of material.


A sign according to claim 32, wherein said sheet material defines at least two slots to facilitate the passage of said strap. A sign according to claim 33, wherein said sheet material defines at least four slots to facilitate the passage of said strap. A sign according to claim 34, wherein said attachment device includes no more than one strap.
Soon I'll have a new board, which hopefully will have a door or slidey thing so I can carry it round like a suitcase. I have to take everything off, disconnect everything, flip the board over and put everything in there where you just have pedals on a piece of wood with borders.
I took a trusty old aluminum road sign and burnished it with a fiber srub pad on a drill press, then put two handles on it and glued it down to the aluminum angle with JB Weld.
The optional folding bed is fixed on top of the box and neatly folds out over the folded rear seats for the night.
Another (factory suggested) option is to go with a drop axle trailer and 7 foot ramps instead of 5. When the sign is mounted on the backboard with the rim disposed in the notch, one or more attachment devices secure the sheet to the backboard. More specifically, this invention relates to a signage display system including a removable decorative signboard that is adapted to be secured to a basketball backboard for the purpose of displaying advertising, promotional material or other indicia.2.
It's better to have room you don't need currently (so you can add pedals later) then to need it later & not have it. Select it and click on the button to choose it.Then click on the link if you want to upload up to 3 more images. Thanks to Bob's ridiculously simple idea to hinge the fender front to back, I can now open my doors, but barely.
I do beleive that having the car sit lower on the trailer relative to the ground makes for a more stable towing experience. At least some of the attachment devices are reversible, such that either side of the sign can be displayed. It would be desirable to use an existing device to perform this kind of elevated signage, such as a basketball backboard. Basketball backboards are typically mounted on a pole, house, or garage and are used to play the game of basketball. It would be desirable if a removable decorative signage device were provided that would utilize the basketball backboard as an advertising display mechanism.To provide signage on basketball backboards, one typically needs to paint or permanently affix the signage materials permanently on the backboard.
This method of signage has its disadvantages as it limits the backboard to one display, unless repainted or replaced. Repainting and replacing backboards is not practical, can damage the backboard, and is most likely, cost prohibitive.It would be desirable if a device were provided that would provide a means of signage on a basketball backboard that could be quickly removed without altering or damaging the basketball backboard. Removable signage on a basketball backboard enables the display of unlimited indicia, including holiday themes, decorative displays, sports team insignias or logos, birthdays, anniversaries or other special events. 5,485,694, a Door-Mounted Poster Support, allows various size posters to be displayed on a door.
Concerns for use of this device on a basketball backboard include probable damage to posters from adverse weather conditions, and questionable fit over the different dimensions of the various size and shape backboards. Further, the bulky nature of the poster support would not be conducive to easy storage or transport when removed from the basketball backboard. It would be desirable if a single device were provided that could display indicia on a basketball backboard that was both weather resistant and could fit any size or shape backboard.
5,046,543, a Motor Vehicle Sunshield and Poster System, provides motor vehicle shading as well as a poster-like message publicly displayable through a motor vehicle window. The device is also publicly displayable outdoors apart from the motor vehicle by a person holding the sunshield up in the air via lateral handles.
Concerns for use of this cardboard-like material on a basketball backboard include probable damage and deterioration from adverse weather conditions, and a lack of attachment mechanism for attaching to the basketball backboard. 6,196,938 is a removable basketball backboard cover adapted to fit on a basketball backboard. The central portion of the cover extends across the front face of the basketball backboard and the leading edge portion of the cover is adapted to extend across a portion of the back face of the backboard. The central portion of the removable cover preferably displays advertising or other promotional material.
Unfortunately, with the leading edge portion extending across a portion of the back face of the backboard, the size of the display of advertising or other promotional material is limited to the general dimensions of the basketball backboard. The foregoing desired characteristics are provided by the unique removable decorative backboard signboard of the present invention as will be made apparent from the following description thereof. Other advantages of the present invention over the prior art also will be rendered evident.SUMMARYTo achieve the foregoing and other advantages, the present invention, briefly described, provides a new and improved removable decorative basketball backboard signboard, which includes a weather resistant, rectangular or custom shaped, substantially rigid sheet material, adapted to fit on any size or shape basketball backboard.
The substantially rigid sheet material comprises a rectangular or custom shaped front face with dimensions beyond the dimensions of the backboard itself, and displays indicia including, but not limited to, advertisements, holiday themes, decorative displays, sports team insignias or logos, birthdays, anniversaries or other special events. The bottom central portion of the signboard has a rectangular opening adapted to permit a rim attached to the front face of the basketball backboard to project through. In one embodiment, the opening is sized to allow the bottom central portion of the signboard to rest or anchor itself on the rim deep enough so the leading (top, bottom and side) edges of the rectangular or custom shaped substantially rigid sheet material extend beyond the dimensions of the basketball backboard. Thus, the weather resistant, removable decorative signboard of the present invention lends itself to displaying indicia on both the front and back face of the signboard, can fit on any size or shape backboard using a single device, whose leading edges need not extend across the back face of the backboard, and therefore easily extends beyond the dimensions of backboard, allowing the signage to be highly visible and prominent, and whose shape can be customized depending on the signage theme. The desirable features and advantages listed or discussed herein are not an exhaustive list of all possible features or advantages of the invention.
2a is a side view of the fastening device attached to the removable decorative backboard signboard in FIG. 2a and a fastening device located on the other end of the material, projected to illustrate attachment to the rim;FIG.
3a is a front or back view of the removable decorative backboard signboard removed from the basketball backboard showing the shape and position of the slots on the center portion of the signboard to accommodate the strapping system in FIG.
3b is a back view of the removable decorative backboard signboard removed from the basketball backboard illustrating the sequence required to attach the strap to the signboard prior to using it to secure the signboard to the backboard in FIG. 3c is a back view of the removable decorative backboard signboard removed from the basketball backboard illustrating the end result of the strap attachment sequence described in FIG. 4a is a back view of the removable decorative backboard signboard removed from the backboard showing the diagonal hole arrangement in FIG. 4 which allows the flat hooks to be attached in different locations on the signboard to accommodate any size or shape basketball backboard;FIG. 4b is a perspective back view showing the flat hooks in lower positioned holes of the diagonal hole pattern shown in FIG. 4c is a side view of the removable decorative backboard signboard illustrating the attachment of the hook to the signboard;FIG. 5 is a perspective view of the removable decorative backboard signboard in a semi-folded configuration;FIG.
5a is a perspective view of the removable decorative backboard signboard in a fully folded configuration;FIG. 6 is a perspective view of the removable decorative backboard signboard with complementary decorative matter attached to the backboard rim;FIG.
6a is a close-up view illustrating the application of the complementary decorative matter to a portion of the backboard rim in FIG. 1, a removable, decorative backboard signboard 1 is rectangular or custom shaped, made from a weather resistant, substantially rigid sheet material, with a front face 2, a back face 50, a top 3, a bottom 4, and sides 5 and 5?.
The dimensions of the rectangular or custom shaped weather resistant, substantially rigid sheet material exceeds the dimensions of the basketball backboard. Both a rectangular basketball backboard and fan-shaped basketball backboard 6 are shown in dashed lines to illustrate how a single removable decorative backboard signboard 1 fits both.
The bottom portion 4 of the removable decorative signboard 1 has a center rectangular opening 10 adapted to permit the removable decorative backboard signboard 1 to anchor onto the rim 8.
The opening 10 is sized so the signboard 1 rests or anchors itself on the rim 8 deep enough to allow the front face 2, top 3, bottom 4, and sides 5 and 5? of the signboard 1 to extend beyond the dimensions of the backboard 6, thereby, allowing the signage to be highly visible and prominent.
The front face 2 of the signboard 1 will display indicia 40, including, but not limited to, holiday themes, decorative displays, sports team insignias or logos, birthdays, anniversaries or other special events. The top portion 11 of the back face 50 of signboard 1 has two adhesive mounted loops 12 and 12? attached. Attached to the loops 12 and 12? are elastic or BUNGY type cords 13 and 13? which wrap under the bottom 7 of backboard 6, through the center rectangular opening 10 of signboard 1, and attach to the rim 8 via hooks 14 and 14? located on the other ends of cords 13 and 13?, thus securing signboard 1 to backboard 6. To display indicia on the back face 50, the above attachment scheme is applied the same way to the front face 2.As illustrated in FIG.


2, in this particular embodiment of the invention, the top portion 11 of the back face 50 of the signboard 1 has two adhesive mounted loops 12 and 12? attached.
Attached to loops 12 and 12?, are elastic or BUNGY type cords 13 and 13? each having a hook or other similar fastener 14 and 14? located on the opposite end. These fastening ends 14 and 14? ultimately wrap under the bottom 7 of backboard 6, through the center rectangular opening 10 of signboard 1 and attach to the rim 8 securing signboard 1 to backboard 6. To display indicia on the back face 50, the above attachment scheme is applied the same way to the front face 2.FIG. 2a shows a side view of the signboard 1 and illustrates the adhesive mount loop 12 attached to the top portion 11 of the back face 50 of the signboard 1.FIG.
2b shows a side view of the signboard 1 and further illustrates the adhesive mount loop 12 attached to the top portion 11 of the back face 50 of the signboard 1. The elastic or BUNGY cord material 13 is tied to the adhesive mount loop 12, with a hook or similar fastener 14 located on the other end of cord 13 and is shown projected by dashed lines to wrap under the bottom 7 of backboard 6, through the center rectangular opening 10 of signboard 1, and attach to the rim 8, securing signboard 1 to backboard 6. Note that cords 13, 13? could optionally be attached to loops 12 by a hook or other device similar to fastener 14.As those skilled in the art will appreciate, the embodiments shown herein can be modified without departing from the intended scope of the invention.
For example, the present invention is not limited to any specific material, and a variety of weather resistant, substantially rigid sheet materials may be suitably used. Thus, signboard 1 can be made from any suitable weather resistant, substantially rigid sheet material including, but not limited to, wood, acrylics and corrugated plastic.
Indeed, if signboard 1 is intended for use in a protected environment, the material need not even be weather resistant. Additionally, although signboard 1 is shown primarily rectangular in shape, the edges may be rounded or shaped to provide a more finished appearance, or the overall shape may be customized depending on the theme of the signage (e.g. Further, although adhesive mount loops 12 and 12? are shown as an example, the adhesive loops can be replaced by adhesive hooks or other similar fasteners, and other suitable means could be used to attach the fasteners to signboard 1. In signboard 1A, a middle portion 16 of the back face 50 defines two pairs of parallel slots, an outer pair 17 and 17?, and an inner pair 18 and 18?, cut through the substantially rigid sheet material to accommodate attachment of a strap 19.
First, one end 21 of strap 19 is from the back face 50 of signboard 1A, through outer slot 17, to the front side of signboard 1A. Then end 21 of strap 19 is passed back through the inner slot 18 and extended across the middle portion 16 of the back face 50 of signboard 1A. Next, end 21 of strap 19 is passed, from rear to front, through inner slot 18?, and then back through the outer slot 17?, from front to rear.
Finally, end 21 of strap 19 is extended across the middle portion 16 of the back face 50 of signboard 1A. The bottom portion 4 of signboard 1A has a center rectangular opening 10 adapted to permit signboard 1A to rest on rim 8. To display indicia on the back face 50, strap 19 is simply inserted through openings 17, 17?, 18, 18? starting from the front side of signboard 1A, instead of from the rear as described above.FIG. 3a shows signboard 1A removed from the basketball backboard (not shown), and illustrates the location and shape of the parallel inner slots 18 and 18? and outer slots 17 and 17?. The parallel inner slots 18 and 18? and outer slots 17 and 17? are cut through the substantially rigid sheet material at a point (middle portion 16 in this example) such that strap 19 (FIG. 3b shows the signboard 1A with strap 19 passing loosely through slots 17, 17?, 18, and 18? to illustrate more clearly the path of strap 19 when displaying front surface 2 of signboard 1A.FIG. 3c shows the signboard 1A with strap 19 passing loosely through slots 17, 17?, 18, and 18? to illustrate more clearly the path of strap 19 when displaying back surface 50 of signboard 1A.In an alternate embodiment (not shown), only one slot is proved on each side of the signboard. Each strap includes a fastening device on one end, and a retaining device on the other end. The retaining device prevents the strap from pulling all the way through the slot.As illustrated in FIG. 4, in another embodiment of the invention, the top portion 11 of the back face 50 of a signboard 1B has two flat hooks 26 and 26? which extend over the back edge 27 of backboard 6.
The flat hooks 26 and 26? are positioned so that the hooks secure to the backboard 6, and also allow the rectangular opening 10 on signboard 1B to anchor on to rim 8. This is accomplished by positioning the flat hooks 26 and 26? in one pair of a plurality of different hole locations arranged in a diagonal hole pattern 29 and 29?, and thus accommodates any size or shape backboard, as will be illustrated in FIG. To display indicia on the back face 50, hooks 26 and 26? are mounted to the front face 2.FIG.
4a illustrates the signboard 1B removed from the basketball backboard (not shown) to show diagonal hole patterns 29 and 29? more clearly. As indicated above, providing a plurality of holes arranged in hole patterns 29 and 29? enables the flat hooks 26 and 26? (shown projected to each hole with dashed lines) to be attached at different locations on signboard 1B to accommodate any size or shape basketball backboard.FIG. 4, however, this drawing shows flat hooks 26 and 26? in lower positioned holes of hole patterns 29 and 29? to accommodate a fan-shaped basketball backboard 6 or other shaped backboard requiring a lower hook attachment.
Note also that hooks 26 and 26? can be rotated within holes 29 and 29?, respectively, to accommodate the curved top edge of backboard 6.FIG. 4c is a close-up of the side view of signboard 1B removed from the backboard (not shown) and illustrates flat hook 26 attached to the signboard 1B via a nut, washer and bolt combination fastening arrangement 30.
As just one of many possible examples, simply providing hook 26 with a post which is held in holes 29 by friction would suffice for some applications.FIG. 5 is a perspective view of another embodiment of the invention, showing the signboard 1C being folded and maintaining the integrity of signboard 1C and the indicia 40.
The material is scored or cut 31, 32 and 33 so that the folds are equally spaced and parallel to each other, thereby defining fold sections 34, 35, 36 and 37.FIG. Since the substantially rigid, weather resistant material will likely have springiness in the folds, the signboard may be wrapped with rope, elastic or BUNGY cord material or other suitable means such as a detachably attachable sleeve or container (not shown).FIG.
6 is a perspective view of another embodiment of the invention showing a signboard ID with complementary decorative matter 41 adapted for attachment to rim 8. Complementary decorative matter 41 includes any indicia on rim 8 that complements the indicia 40 displayed on signboard 1D. Examples of complementary decorative matter 41 adapted for attachment to rim 8 include, but are not limited to, white cloth or cotton to mimic beard material to complement a Santa Clause signboard, a hanging goblin or ghost figure to complement a Halloween signboard, or streams of cloth or other flexible material to match the color scheme of a favorite sports team mascot or country flag signboard.
To apply the complementary matter 41 to rim 8, in this particular embodiment, the top 42 of the fabric or other suitable complementary matter material 41 would utilize one or more grommets or other suitable device 43 providing one or more holes 43 through which an s-hook, string, twine, or other suitable means of attachment 44 may be used to attach the complementary decorative matter 41 from the grommet hole 43 to rim 8. 6a is a close-up view illustrating the application of the complementary decorative matter 41 to rim 8.
As indicated above, this embodiment provides just one example of a means of attaching complementary decorative matter to rim 8, and any means of attachment, now known or later developed, is considered to be within the scope of the invention.FIG.
7a is a cross-sectional view of a material 700 that the inventors have determined to be particularly well suited for constructing some embodiments (particularly folding signboard 1C) of the invention. Material 700 is a corrugated plastic material that includes a front sheet 702 and a rear sheet 704, joined by a plurality of cross supports 706 to provide rigidity. 7b shows how material 700 can be folded by making a cut, parallel to cross supports 706, through one of front sheet 702 and rear sheet 704. For example, cutting rear sheet 704 at dashed line 708 allows material 700 to be folded as shown in FIG.
Note that front sheet 702 is substantially rigid, yet pliable enough to allow a bend 710 to be formed therein.FIG.
7c shows how material 700 can be cut several times to facilitate fan folding of material 700, as shown for example in the embodiment FIG. For example, cutting rear surface 704 at line 708, and cutting front surface 702 at lines 712 and 714 allows material 700 to be fan folded in four sections. After making cuts 708, 712, and 714, the section to the left of line 712 is folded upward, the sections between lines 712 and 708 and between 708 and 714 are folded downward, and the section to the right of line 714 is folded upward.It should be noted that FIG. In particular, the thickness of material 700 for typical applications would be on the order of an inch or less, whereas the spacings between lines 708, 712, and 714 would be on the order of a foot or more.The invention has been described herein with reference to particular embodiments, and various specific details are provided to facilitate a clear understanding of the invention.
It should be understood, however, that many of the described features may be substituted, altered or omitted without departing from the scope of the invention.
Further various embodiments of the invention may provide some, but not necessarily all of the above described advantages. Accordingly, no single aspect or advantage of the invention is considered to be an essential element of the invention, and should not, therefore, be considered a limitation, except as explicitly set forth in the claims.



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