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8x12ft In ground Rectangle Trampoline
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You will find that not all the assembly videos are up yet but all will be by the beginning of December. If you are unsure about anything please call us on 03 52293398.
We thank you for your patience as we make this change.
Andrew, Julie and Staff
Rectangle Trampolines are well reputed for excellent bounce, sturdy framework and their efficient use of space in the backyard
The Rectangle Trampolines come with superior padding, higher weight capacity and a thicker steel frame compared to Round Trampolines.
This size is suited to small to mid sized children or mid sized families.
Carrying Capacity - 150kg
Frame Size - 8x12ft - (2438 x 3657mm)
Top Frame Tube Dimensions - 50 x 2.0mm
Steel Corrosion Protections - Hot Dip Heavy Duty Galvanised Inside and Out
Spring QTY - 88
Spring QTY by side - 16 x 28
Spring Length & Diameter (mm) - 225 x 3.2 Super High Strength Steel
Spring Cover Padding Material - 330mm wide - Green - Cotton Reinforced Top and Bottom
Spring Cover Padding Thickness - 20mm
Spring Cover Padding Material - EPE
Jumping Mat Material - 1750x3050mm - Woven PP Mesh - (polypropolene)
- UV Resistant Mat an Stitching
- Material is woven in the USA - Factory sized and stitched in China
Mat / Spring Attachment Points - 88
Included in this Kit is -
Top Rectangle Frame Pieces only - NO Legs
Black Jumping Mat
20mm Thick Green Spring Padding
Spring Attachment Tool
You will need to provide a means to secure the frame to your retaining wall
Not Included in this kit -
NO Safety Enclosure
In Ground Rectangle Trampoline
There are quite a lot of blogs and articles about how to build your own in ground trampoline. Having not built one in oursleves we don't feel qualified to say any more on the topic other than many of our customers have done as this customer did and simply dug a hole, took care of the drainage, built a retainng wall the size of the trampoline frame and secured the frame to the retaining wall.
Other customers have built the hole but have simply placed the trampoline with its legs into the hole. (from reading the articles and blogs this is not as good - because the legs can sink into the dirt / stone screenings.
Another customer with a round trampoline made a retaining wall above the ground put the trampoline inside the retaining wall and then bought a couple of loads of dirt then pushed it all up to the retaining wall and esentially made a hill in his back yard with the trampoline in the middle.
Your best starting point would be to call a local landscaper or small excavating company in your area.
Hole prepared with drainage and retaining wall, Trampoline frame bolted to the top.
8x12ft Trampoline - Mat secured by springs and Frame Pads secured in place.
No Net Ladder or Legs used. (Kids just run and jump on and no obstruction of views)