HOW TO MEASURE A ROUND
is best to have two people when measureing a trampoline!
1. WITH A MEASURING TAPE,
MEASURE THE FULL LENGTH (DIAMETER) OF YOUR TRAMPOLINE, MEASURE ACROSS THE
MIDDLE, FROM OUTSIDE TO OUTSIDE OF THE FRAME. NOTE THE EXACT INCHES. (The
measurement of one leg post to the opposite leg post will help insure you
are measuring across the middle of the trampoline.) THIS IS A 12 O'CLOCK
TO A 6 O'CLOCK MEASUREMENT.
2. MEASURE AGAIN ACROSS THE
MIDDLE, THE DIAMETER OF THE FRAME, BUT WITH A 9 O'CLOCK TO A 3 O'CLOCK
MEASUREMENT. NOTE THE EXACT INCHES. (Do not round off or convert to feet
3. IF YOU HAVE YOUR MAT (AND
IT DOES NOT HAVE A TEAR); MEASURE JUST THE BLACK PART, EDGE TO EDGE. DO
NOT INCLUDE THE TRIANGLES. MEASURE TWICE LIKE STEPS ONE AND TWO DESCRIBED.
NOTE THE EXACT INCHES.
4. COUNT HOW MANY SPRINGS
IT TAKES. COUNT HOW MANY SPRING HOLES IN THE FRAME FOR MORE ACCURACY. (Then
count how many springs you have, in good condition, recoiled and with lots
of tension. You may be missing springs or want more tension)
5. TAKE A SPRING OFF THE
TRAMPOLINE & MEASURE IT INCLUDING THE HOOKS TO DETERMINE THE CORRECT
LENGTH. (The spring coils must be fully recoiled to obtain the proper length).
6. HOW DO THE SPRINGS "HOOK"
INTO THE MAT? TRIANGLES, GROMMETS, ETC..
7. HOW DO THE SPRINGS "HOOK"
ONTO OR INTO THE FRAME?
This information will tell
what size frame you have. Match your frame measurements with size listed.
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