If you want to lay out the mat, you need to hook the springs on the frame. Start by hooking the spring to the frame at 12 o’clock. The best way to balance out the spring and mat is through this method. After all four positions are done, only the springs at each joint should be used.
Can you stretch coil springs?
A coil spring can be stretched and shortened to increase it’s rate and maintain stock ride height. The steel needs to be stretched beyond the yield point. There is more information on the Cutting Coil Springs page.
How do you strengthen a compression spring?
If the wire diameter is larger, the spring will be stronger and if it is smaller, it will be weaker. You are making the spring’s coil tighter by making the wire diameter bigger.
Should you take a trampoline down in the winter?
The weight of snow can cause a trampoline to fall. If you live in an area prone to bad weather, it’s a good idea to disassemble your trampoline and store it indoors during the winter.
Will a disassembled trampoline fit in my car?
A small trampoline can fit in the back of a car. Bigger trampolines can come in as many as 4 boxes and be up to 8 feet long. These trampolines may need a larger vehicle to get them home. Let’s take a look at the trampoline’s main parts.
Do you have to put a trampoline away for winter?
If you leave your trampoline up during the winter, it will be safe. Store frame pads indoors so they don’t get soaked by rain or snow. According to Super Fun Trampolines, there is no need for trampoline covers.