Excited to get this trampoline for my three girls. It came into two rather large boxes.
I ended up having to take it down a second time when I realized that I put the frame up the wrong way. However, once I was able to do it, it was great!
If you are thinking of buying this trampoline or any one with net posts, here's a suggestion on how to put it up the first time. The instruction booklet was like reading a foreign language book with pictures.
When taking everything out of the box, the first thing that you should pull out is the blue coil cover and lay it out on the ground in a circle.
The next thing is find where the "opening" is located. This will be where the opening of the trampoline will be. It will also be on the side where it is 16' wide (the longer side).
When you build the frames (1 & 1, 1 & 2, AND 2 & 2), remember that they are asking you to build it upside down and that's how the instructions are laid out. It's not very clear. Also, don't tighten the "connector" pieces too much or you'll have to deconstruct it.
Once you build it, take each of the framed pieces, lay them in what you think it should go on top of the blue coil cover. If you do it right, you'll see the post "sections" (where the post goes for the net) will match up where the blue coil cover split between sections (you'll see what I mean). If it doesn't, then relook at your layout. In essence, the coil cover show you how the security net posts should be placed connecting each section.
Once you have it all lined up, you can go ahead the finish the job.
The end product is really good, although I'd love to have a ladder included in this purchase.
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