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Building your own ladder golf set


Building your own set for ladder golf is relatively easy and shouldn't take you too long. So you can be up and running in just a few hours.

You are going to need is 1" PVC pipe cut into 6 12-inch pieces and 9 24-inch pieces. You are also going to need 6 elbow fitting, 6 t-fittings. For the balls you are going to need 24 solid golf balls (2 sets of 12 in 2 different colors) and about 28 feet of nylon rope.

To building the ladder to form the base take 4 of the elbow fittings and two t-fitting and the 6 24-inch pipes. Connect the pipes to the elbows and the T's so that they flat side of the T is facing down. There should be an empty socket facing up. When you are finished you should have a rectangle that is 4ft by 2ft with 2 upward facing sockets to hold the ladder.

Next you want to build the ladder. Start by taking one of the remaining 24-inch pipes and attaching an elbow fitting to each end. Then attach a 12-inch pipe to the other side of the elbow. At the other end of the 12 inch pipe you are going to attach a t-fitting, continuing along the plane of the 12-inch pipes attach 2 more 12-inch pipes and in the cross plane attach a 24-inch pipe. Repeat this for the bottom step of the ladder. After you have attached the last pipe fit the open ends into the base and there you have your three step ladder for playing.

To make the balls you are going to need a drill to drill a hole through the center of the 24 balls. After you have drilled the holes in the balls take your nylon rope and measure and cut it into 12 20-inch pieces. It is suggested that you burn the ends of the rope so that they don't fray. Stick the rope through the holes and tie a knot on either side of the ball so they don't move. Put one ball on each end of the rope. You are going to need 6 ropes with 2 balls on each.

Once you have finished making the balls you are ready to play! Some play with each player on their own ladder, if you want to play that way you can follow these instructions again to build a second ladder or you can just use one.

on Oct 28, 2013 | Sport & Outdoor - Others

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Where can I buy a ladder for my trampoline?


You can buy trampoline ladders on Amazon for around $60. This link is for one that fits trampolines between 34 and 36 inches high http://www.amazon.com/JumpSport-SureStep-2-Step-Trampoline-Ladder/dp/B002VRGEY6

Aug 20, 2012 | Sport & Outdoor - Others

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Have done all the puzzles in the village but cant get any further


You'll find everything you need in this popular walkthrough
http://professorlaytonwalkthrough.blogspot.com/

Keep in mind that new puzzles appear after completing certain tasks (such as talking to someone or visiting a location)

As you don't say where you are in the game, just use the walkthrough's puzzle index to jump to the last puzzle you solved then follow along (there's next/previous links at the end of each page) from there

Sep 21, 2010 | Nintendo Professor Layton & the Curious...

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PAPER WILL NOT FEED. THERE IS NO JAMMED PAPER. IT SEEMS TO TRY TO FEED OFF CENTER.


Sounds like there is something small in it..... I know it sounds crazy but my mother in law had the same trouble and I took a flashlight and started looking and for a puzzle pice in it that was causing the paper to feed off center

Aug 15, 2009 | HP Deskjet D1455 InkJet Printer

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Stuck on the last puzzle.


Hi

I think this will help you ;)

http://professorlaytonwalkthrough.blogspot.com/2008/02/puzzle131.html

If it did please vote that i helped you

Thanks

Steve :)

Apr 05, 2009 | Nintendo DS Console

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Cant solve puzzle 100 in professor layton cant go on im desperate


first square is the only one that is straight, all the others are at an angle..
1st - top four pins on left hand side
2nd - top row 3rd pin, 3rd row 2nd pin, 4th row 3rd pin (position 4) 2nd row 5th pin
3rd - 1st row 4th pin, 3rd row 1st pin, bottom row 2nd pin, 4th row last pin
4th - 1st row last pin, 2nd row 4th pin, 3rd row 4th pin, 2nd row last pin
5th - 2nd row 3rd pin, 3rd row last pin, bottom row last pin, 5th row 2nd pin
6th - 3rd row 3rd pin, 4th row 2nd pin, 5th row 4th pin, 4th row 3rd pin
7th - 4th row 1st pin, 5th row 1st pin, last row first pin, 5th row 2nd pin.

hope this makes sense!!

Dec 06, 2008 | Nintendo Professor Layton & the Curious...

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BOSCH SGS6302GB


Hi nikkij

It is simple to put them back on. the plastic pices fit on the bottom of the hinges. there is a cut out where they fit in. when you look at the door at the bottom you will see the hinges and the cut outs, the plastic pices fit in the cut outs flat side in. hope this helps

Sep 15, 2008 | Bosch 24 in. SGS45E02 / SGS45E08 Exxcel...

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Jeep tj carpet


I don't think there is a diagram for this... Really... You can't put together a five or six piece puzzle??? Use the seat bolt holes& stuff as guides. The front piece can only fit there, and then you only have four or five pieces left!!!

Sep 14, 2008 | 1997 Jeep Tj

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