How to Make a Rain Gutter Racetrack | DIY Backyard Games

Making a backyard racetrack out of gutters is an easy and inexpensive way to bring countless hours of joy to kids of all ages. Daniel Coleman (from “The Wall” series) shows several fun track customization ideas, from a 30′ free-standing double track to a 90′ fence-mounted track with hills, tunnels, ramps & water hazards.

00:29 – Gutter style & material to use
00:51 – Simple on-ground installation
01:30 – Building posts for a free-standing track
01:39 – Hanging the gutters with brackets
02:24 – Installing the track on a fence
02:37 – Creating a rolling hills segment
02:56 – Creating a 90-degree tunnel
03:32 – Creating a ramp w/ water hazard

Shop all gutters –
10′ vinyl gutters –
Hanging brackets –
Joint brackets –
4x4x6 posts –
2x6x8 boards –
Stainless steel screws –
4″ x 2ft PVC pipe –
45-degree PVC elbows –
Lowe’s 5-gallon bucket –
3′ dowel –
White duct tape –
Yellow electrical tape –
DEWALT 20V drill –
DEWALT 20V jigsaw –
Kobalt 10″ miter saw –

Watch more from Daniel:
Create a Faux Brick Wall –
Build a Built-in Bookshelf –
4 Creative Door Hacks for Under $100 –
Install a Subway Tile Backsplash –
Make a Custom Bath Caddy –

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