“It was either drill two holes in a $100 windscreen that might crack, or a $60 motorcycle mount or $3.11 at Home Depot for . Double sided tape, two screws, four washers and two wing nuts for quick removal. It held up great today at 147 mph.”
Air-Trekker Jumping Stilts have carbon fiber springs and they nick easy. So my son did some googling and found that if you cut a bike tire you can wrap the spring with them to protect them (you have to lace it up by punching holes in the tire). The first photo is the before look of the stilts, second photo you can see the lacing of the tire and the third is the tire. Without the tire the springs get nicked up easy so this protects them.
“My old tool bag for work had developed some rather large holes in the bottom and this is how I fixed it!”
“As the neighbors fence along with most of their property deteriorated the made a true White Trash Repair. They tore out the best section of the decrepit fence along the back of their property. Measured for and dug holes for new fence posts. Put up the new section of fence, leaving a space for a gate. After a week or so the new gate appeared. It consists of three closet doors nailed crossways over the gate opening. Some of the closet gate doors still have the guide wheels still on them. As they were interior doors, not meant to be out in the weather they have warped. A week after this White Trash Repair was finished a section of the side fence fell over in their yard and now rests against the new fence.”