Trampoline assembly instructions
So, you have decided to purchase a trampoline and bounce up and down as high as you can. Before you enjoy this fun filled jumping contraption, you first have to assemble it yourself…… Unless of course, you have the trampoline delivered to your backyard already assembled. With the help of a couple of people or by yourself you can easily assemble your trampoline in no time.
Here is a guide that will help you assemble the trampoline easier.
Check the Package First
The first thing you need to do is to check the package before you get all wrapped up in assembling the trampoline. Check in the box, or two boxes (it usually is delivered in two boxes), the materials by laying them out on the floor or the field with the checklist included in the manual for assembly. You do not want to start assembling the package with incomplete parts. If you find out that a bolt is missing in the middle of the assembly or when you are about to finish the assembly, I’m sure you would get as frustrated as a kid not having that ice cream on a hot summer day. So, first make sure that all parts are in the package.
The package should have the basic pieces: springs, metal legs, bars, jump pad and spring protector.
Also, make sure that you have the necessary tools to assembly your trampoline easier. Again, do not start without these tools, or tools which function the same as the ones listed below.
Tools likely needed:
- Phillips screw driver (It usually comes with the package) You can also use an electric drill to make assembly faster.
- A to pull the springs
- Rubber Mallet to install the springs properly.
If everything is in order and you have all necessary tools at hand then you are ready to assemble your trampoline!
- Lay the pieces out in a ring/circle. By laying out the pieces in a circle you get a feel of how big the trampoline is. Make sure that when you lay out the ring foundation of the trampoline you lay them out properly. Attach each part of the ring first before attaching the legs.
- Once the ring has been attached altogether, assemble the legs and attach them to the ring. For bigger trampolines make sure that the squares an on the outside of the ring. Also make sure the holes line up. Complete the process until you attach all the legs to the ring.
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