Trampolines are a perfect piece of equipment not only for children, but also for adults. Everyone enjoys jumping for fun on a trampoline, but it can also be a perfect way to workout. The only problem with purchasing a package is that it doesn’t come installed so it will be too heavy. Once buyers buy this product, they have to instal it, which can be a challenging process, but with step-by – step guidance, you’ll be well on your way to getting your new purchase together.
Steps to Assemble Trampoline
Here are the various steps you need to follow to assemble trampoline your own way.
Unboxing your New Purchase
When you get it home in the box and open it up, you’ll be shocked to see how they packed all the various items you need into such a little box. Be sure to check the pieces in the material sheet box and make sure that you have all the pieces you need to assemble the piece, otherwise, you might find yourself in the final phase and discover that you’re missing a part.
Checking The Parts
When you’ve reviewed to make sure you have all the components you need for your latest acquisitions, it’s time to start fitting the pieces together. There are a few different tools that you will need to assemble your package that is not included with your order. Here is a list of the following tools that you will require.
- Screwdriver or Electric Drill
- Pulling Device or Pliers
- Rubber Mallet (Not Necessary But Recommended
The Frame Assembly
Now that you have the materials you need, it’s time to bring the frame together. You’ll find that there are a number of metal pipe parts that are all bent in different directions. Using the schematic included with your package, you’re not going to want to assemble these parts together in the pattern illustrated in the instructions. Typically, the bits match tightly together, but you may have to clip them in a little bit or wiggle them to get the match better.
Attaching The Net
It’s time for the net to be connected to the board. You want to separate the net from its wrapping and stretch it to its maximum length and width. You should have noted on the mirror that there are some rivets in the mirror. These rivets are designed to tie the frame and the net together. The springs are attached to the net and the base. The first thing you want to do, then, is to connect the springs to the base. You might note that the springs don’t get easily into the rivets on the frame, so you might have to.
If the springs are in the picture, it’s time to connect the net to the springs. I would prefer that the net be mounted on a few springs on the north side, rather than on the south side, than on the west side, rather than on the east side. When you have a few springs in all four ways, you can quickly fill the majority of the springs. You might have to extend the net a little, which is why you want some pins or some other form of pulling unit.
Installing The Spring Protector
Now that you’ve been secured to the spring base, it’s time to mount your spring protector. The explanation for the spring protector is to guard against damage when people get on the device. Without a spring protector, people may cut themselves off from the springs as they reach or exit the jumping field. To mount this item, just remove it from the package and scatter it over the whole area of the net and the springs.
You can find some holes in the frame on the edges where you can fit the string to tie the spring protector. All you have to do is tie the spring protector on all sides and you’re done!
Don’t Have Time To Assemble?
It’s time to enjoy your freshly assembled trampoline! People think they’re hard to put together, but in fact, it just takes a little time and some great guidance like those we’ve given here. If you really don’t think you can assemble your trampoline after reading this, don’t worry, you can still get help from the store. Retailers typically have a team that will mount the trampoline for you.
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