Old 07-12-2018, 01:26 AM
Casey 1988 Casey 1988 is offline
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Fly High makes some of the better Rubber Temp pads I have seen. Often used at the Toboggan course. I think the thicker version is what works best for these types of courses if it is going to be left in the ground for a while.
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Old 11-21-2018, 12:05 PM
Gene Varano Gene Varano is offline
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Pavers, if you want permeability. For the cost alone- Artificial are expensive, and in reality mean not as permanent as concrete or concrete products- and in most instances just as much work to install. Quite a bit more expensive and frankly, lets go back to Not Permanent, going to have to replace them -expensive and labor consuming.

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