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i was screwing around on ebay the other night looking for SE Teebirds( incase i ever lose mine, god i hope not) and i saw Instep disc golf baskets that are realativley cheap and was wondering if anyone knows anything about these.
http://search-desc.ebay.com/INSTEP-Fris ... pufuZxQ5A1
- Tree Magnet
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I've got one, and it's been sitting in my Southern California backyard for a few months and I can't detect a hint of rust on it. It catches fairly well, although I added extra chains and some wheels to mine.
I got it for around $60 Buy-It-Now, and it came with 3 crappy discs that I use as coasters. It's worth the money if you get it below $100.
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if yer gonna spend the 100...save for a few more months and pick up the DB-5 from lightning. its like 180 shipped. The basket is super deep and its more portable as well. It comes galvanized and u can add chains to suit. Also is suitable for spot-welding and using permanently.
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I recently received one for my birthday gift (thanks to the wife) and I must say I love this basket. The only change I would make is a second set of chains for the inner ring. Holds up well, takes three pins to pull it apart for easy transport. It even fits in the wife's car little trunk.
- Tree Magnet
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there was a method posted on the pdga.com board a while back about an inner chain modification that was about $15-20 in parts.
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