The Springfree™ Trampoline and FlexiNet™ enclosure system is designed to be self assembled.
For first time installation, it should take two adults around two hours to complete. Here you will find some useful tips on the most frequently asked installation questions.
Each model will differ slightly in its assembly, so while these tips can be a handy guide, we recommend you refer closely to your Instruction Manual found in your Springfree™ Trampoline packaging. Please look at the quick tip installation guides first.
Springfree™ Trampoline supplies two flat wrenches to fasten the bolts and nuts. If you have your own sockets / wrenches at home however, you can use one 1/2" (13mm) socket wrench and one 1/2" combination wrench.
Note: If at any time any centre post is not properly positioned beneath the frame it may be necessary to hit the post sharply with the base of the hand. Should this not work NEVER use a hammer or similar object. The situation can only be rectified by releasing some of the pressure from the mat rods in the affected area and continuing as in step 5.
During the installation of your R54 trampoline, the frame initially may not meet together or sit tightly on the centre leg upstands.
Upon completing the installation, the mat rods will tension the frame and seat normally.
Although one or more centre leg upstand may not entirely meet the frame, this is normal and will not affect the use, safety or product lifespan whatsoever.
The Springfree™ Trampoline R79 model has a unique frame socket system. The “frame socket” is where the rods that support the trampoline jumping mat are inserted into the frame.
NB: It is very important to ensure the rods are correctly and fully inserted into the “frame socket” otherwise the black plastic insert may be damaged.
Before you begin inserting the rods into the frame sockets, ensure all the plastic inserts are installed correctly; Figure 1 shows the insert in the correct position, note both halves of the end of the insert are visible and the wedge shaped clip is positioned against the edge of the slot. Figure 2 shows the insert in the wrong position, note only half of the insert is visible and the wedge shaped clip is away from the edge of the slot.
If after the installation of your O92 trampoline, the mat appears to have a dip or wave at the curved end sections (as in the picture below), the frame sections may be incorrectly installed.
Standing at either curved end of your Springfree™ Trampoline, the right hand curved frame section will have 10 mat rod sockets and the left hand frame section will have 11.
This will be the same for both curved frame section ends (see pic below).
Warning: Treat any loaded rod with caution until you are sure it is properly installed or uninstalled. Keep your face well clear of any loaded rod.
When inserting the rods, grab the rod underhand and use the weight of your body, not just your arm strength, to push the rod in. Lift the mat with the other hand as you push the rod under the cleat position and then lower it onto the ball at the top of the rod. Make sure the ball is fully engaged in the cleat.
If you miss the cleat on the first try, we find it's helpful to bring the rod back to its initial position and try again, rather than trying to find the proper position while the rod is flexed.
Extra Tip: You will likely find that some of the mat rods in the corners require more applied force in order to get them into the mat edge socket. If you find that the distance between the rods and the mat is too great, have a second person push on the already attached rods on the opposite corner of the trampoline. It is also helpful if they brace the frame on the opposite side to keep it from sliding while you are inserting the rods.
The D-Ring on the door of the enclosure net should be facing towards the ground when inserting the rod through the hole into the frame. If the D-Ring is facing up, the net will be inside out.
Ensure that all rods are fully inserted into the bottom of the sockets.
Warning: Never attempt to remove an enclosure rod from its joiner or remove a C-Clip from its slot in the joiner while the enclosure rod is under tension.
When inserting the enclosure rods, first insert the short segment with the white ball into the pocket at the top of the enclosure. Next, insert the long segment into the appropriate socket on the frame ensuring that the plastic C-clip locks it into place.