Why our rectangle in-ground trampolines have legs
Our in-ground trampolines can confuse people a little as they do come with legs and not just a frame as most do.
- The purpose to keep the legs is so that the integrity of the trampoline bounce can be retained through full support of the “power curve” steel on the long side of the frames.
- The power curve is designed to move under tension and aid in the bounce, for this reason, we don’t recommend bolting the frame to a retaining wall.
- Another reason we don’t recommend securing the frame to a retaining wall is because of the lack of airflow will significantly reduce the bounce. It's best to be elevated a couple of inches above the ground level.
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