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How to measure your Round Trampoline

When it comes to trampolines there are several measurements you need to ensure you get the correct size parts. This page is designed to help you get the right measurements and ensure that you are ordering the right part.

For Pads:

Measure your Frame size, from outside edge to outside edge
Measure the width of your old pad, match with a pad from our store
Most popular sizes are: 8ft, 10ft, 12ft, 13ft, 14ft, 15ft, or 16ft
Usually the frame is close to an even foot amount (8ft, 10ft, 12ft, etc) so as long as it is within 2 inches you should be alright, for example, a trampoline that measures 12'10" would be able to use a 13ft Safety Pad.

For Nets:

Measure your Frame size, from outside edge to outside edge
Count the number of enclosure poles.
Look at your poles. Are your poles straight? How many, 4, 6, 8? Or, do your poles make 4 Arches? 3 Arches? 2 Arches?
Our most common net is a 15ft 4 Arch Net. Or 14ft with 8 straight poles.
We sell universal nets that fit all major brands.

For Springs:

Take a spring off the trampoline. Measure it including both hooks. The total length. We sell springs for all major brands.

For Enclosure Systems with Net and Poles:

The outside frame needs to be measured, as well you need to inspect the feet of the trampoline. If the legs go straight down from the trampoline and then make a "U" shape then you're in the clear. The same rule applies as before that if there is a few inches difference you should be allright.

For ROUND mats:
1) Measure the frame of your trampoline, from outside edge to outside edge, across the middle. Make sure you measure in a few different places.
2) Measure your old mat straight across from the edge of the fabric to the edge of the fabric, Not including the v-rings. (If you mat is already off the trampoline lay it out and fold it in half. Measure the fold.
3) Measure your springs include the hooks.
4) Count the number of springs.

If you have 8 1/2 " or 9" Springs:
Take the frame size and deduct 2 feet. Example: 14 foot 2 feet = 12 feet.
Your old mat should be close to this size. (within 1-2 inches). Find the 12 foot mats. Look for the one that has the correct number of springs. That is the mat that you should order.

If you have 6.5" springs or 7 Springs:
Take the frame size and deduct 2 feet THEN ADD 3 INCHES.
Example: 14 foot 2 feet + 3 inches = 12 feet 3 inches. Find the 12 foot 3 mats. Look for the one that has the correct number of springs. That is the mat that you should order.

If you have 5 1/2 Springs:
Take the frame size and deduct 2 feet THEN ADD 6 INCHES. Example: 14 foot 2 feet + 6 inches = 12 feet 6 inches. Find the 12 foot 6 mats. Look for the one that has the correct number of springs. That is the mat that you should order.

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