Post by joe frankel on Jun 16, 2020 6:57:33 GMT -7
I recently built a 37 (or so) degree tension board. It is 8x12. I made most of the holds myself. I built a 10x12' shed around it. I had the wall outside, in NH and was sad to see it get wet and realized it was not a long time solution - so I built the shed. One side of the shed is completely consumed by the tension board. I would like to build the another 10 foot wide wall, at about 10 degrees for warming up, ARCing and the kids. I also plan to make the adjoining walls (on the 12' section of the shed) vertical walls so you can traverse the entire inside of the shed.
There is limited room for a campus board. Any ideas how to incorporate it into the 10 degree wall? I thought of running two 4 x 8 pieces on end and having the middle 18 inches or so as a campus board? With framing I have about 9 1/2 feet of interior wall to work with in building. I cannot make it too steep or it will run into the top of the tension board or not give enough room for falling off the top of the tension board.
Any thoughts, ideas, pictures, experiences are much appreciated!
This forum and Mark and Mike's book have been great.