Tire Swing Challenge (part 3)
If you want to know “How to make a tire swing” you’ve come to the right place. An old tire, some strong rope and a tree is really all you need to make a traditional tire swing but you’ll need a few more items if you want to make one of these Unique Tire Swings. After challenging each other to a tire swing build off Don, Matt and Travis came up with some not so traditional tire swings that are sure to make your neighbors jealous. Don’s “Tire Sling” may be the most fun to swing and spin around in. Matt’s “Tire Fighter” demands all of the neighborhood kids to pile on and Travis’s “Comfort Lounger” will let you kick back and remember your favorite summer nights.
So how do you make one of these awesome tire swings? Don, Travis and Matt, show us how.
How to Make a Tire Swing
Don’s simple “Tire Sling” will have you and your kids twisting, spinning and laughing the day away. You can build one of these in about one hour and for under $20.00. Click here to make your own “Tire Sling”.
Travis’s “Comfort Lounger” invites you grab a cold beverage, kick back, and enjoy the summer afternoon. In about 3 hours and for under $20 you too could make your own “Comfort Lounger”.
You don’t need a team of Star Troopers in order to build Matt’s “Tire Fighter” but you will need about $40.00 and around 3 hours to make it. Blast your kids into outer space and make a “Tire Fighter” of your own.
Why did our editors decide to build tire swings? Click below to get caught up on Part 1 and 2 of their Tire Swing Challenge.
Tire Swing Challenge: Building an Awesome Tire Swing (Part 1 of 3)
Tire Swing Challenge: Unique Tire Swing Concepts Revealed (Part 2 of 3)