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How To Measure For Trampoline Parts

How to measure for a replacement jumping surface. (Mat)

How to measure for a replacement trampoline enclosure net.

How to measure for a replacement trampoline frame (spring cover).

 

Replacement Jumping Surfaces (Mats)

The Following 3 pieces of information needed to identify the correct jumping surface for your trampoline:

1

Measure the outside diameter of your trampoline frame

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2

Count the number of springs

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3

Measure the length of your spring from tip to tip

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How To Measure For Enclosure Netting (Nets)

4 Pieces of Information Are Required to Identify Your Replacement Net:

1:  What is the shape of your trampoline?

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2:  How does the net attach to the trampoline?

 

 Net attaches to arched poles with straps

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Net attaches to a ring on top of poles

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Net attaches to straight poles with straps

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Net attaches to straight poles with sleeves

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Net attaches to arched poles with sleeves

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3:  What is the size of my trampoline 

 

Measure the outside diameter of your trampoline frame.

Common Sizes are: 7.5Ft, 8Ft, 10Ft, 11Ft, 12Ft, 13Ft, 14Ft, 15Ft & 16Ft
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4:  How many arches or poles does your trampoline have?

 

Arches - one arch is a complete hoop

2, 3 or 4 arches are common

For Example

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Poles

4, 6, or 8 poles are common

For Example
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How To Measure For Frame (Spring Cover) Pads

4 Pieces of Information Are Required to Identify Your Replacement Pad:

1:  What is the shape of your trampoline?

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2:  What is the size of my trampoline

 

Measure the outside diameter of your trampoline frame

Common Sizes are: 7.5Ft, 8Ft, 10Ft, 11Ft, 12Ft, 13Ft, 14Ft, 15Ft & 16Ft

75ft-trampdiagram4.jpg

 

3:  Does Your pad need to have holes in it for the enclosure poles?

 

 

No holes required

Pad Looks Like This

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Holes needed for enclosure Poles - Count the number of poles.

4, 6 or 8 holes

 Pad Looks Like This

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