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  1. Default Suggestions on how to vibrate a wooden bridge??? 
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    We have a 16 foot solid wood bridge that we used to use for our vortex, this year we plan to use it as simply a bridge but we would like to make it vibrate once the guests are on it.

    I was told that door buzzers would work, are there any other low cost solutions? The more vibration the better.
     

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    I'v thought about using an air vibrator on a bridge before just never got to it.
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    You could try out Aura bass shakers.
     

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    Two words... Butt Kicker!

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    The motor the the offset weight will become very unreliable, the motor will begin to eat itself from the vibration.

    Another option you could use is a concrete vibrator. These are used to vibrate concrete into forms. Some vibrate very hard some just tickle the feet.

    How hard would you like it to vibrate?
     

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    Well you could hire a Troll to live under your bridge, he might shake it....lol
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