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Old 01-03-2013, 10:41 AM
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You could always contact PIAS. There was a thread on here somewhere about PIAS donating baskets to a course and maybe getting in touch with Nikko about his disc golf expansion project might be a good idea bc of his partnership with Arroyo
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Old 01-03-2013, 10:44 AM
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The Instep were like $65 at Costco this summer . . . maybe you can find them online somewhere. I know nothing about their durability other than the metal used is much thinner than the normal permanent baskets. It also doesnt look like it is powder coated, it just looks like it is painted and that paint will not live up to being left out. I am just guessing but if cost is the #1 concern initially maybe a perfect option. If I had only $1100 I would do that. If I had a way to raise money for the baskets I would step up to the lightning baskets or potentially go right to the cheapest of the DGA or Innova baskets
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