Performance Trampoline - Super Tramp Trampolines

Performance Trampoline - Super Tramp Trampolines
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Performance Trampoline
User Guide
Read user guide fully before assembling
Adult assembly required
Please keep this guide for future reference
Before you start
Siting your Trampoline:
Your trampoline works best and is safest if it is dead level. Without a safety enclosure it is vital to keep
clear 2 metres of lawn space all round the trampoline.
This trampoline is designed to stand on a lawn. If sited on concrete or gravel the underside of the leg
bases will wear away quickly. The trampoline can be left on concrete or gravel if floor guards or rubber
mats are used beneath the leg bases.
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Building the Trampoline: Parts list
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Step 1
Lay all frame parts out on the ground as illustrated so
that they are to hand for assembly.
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Step 3
Step 2
Insert leg triangle into leg base. Repeat other
Repeat with the remaining leg parts. Lie completed
assemblies onto the ground.
Step 5
Step 4
Slide one side rail stub into the tube of a leg.
Pull the side downwards until horizontal. Attach
the other leg assembly.
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Step 6
Attach other side rail to the frame. Do not try to fit end rails as these will
not fit until springs have been fitted.
Step 7
Ensure frame is square by temporarily attaching one side of end rail to
check alignment (see figures 1 & 2).
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Step 8
The springs must only be attached to the frame as instructed
below. This is important as the trampoline must be tensioned
in order for the end rails to fit correctly. If all springs are
attached on one side first it will be extremely difficult to
attach the opposite side.
Unfold the trampoline bed and lay on the ground inside the
frame. Ensure the cross is facing up, then:
1. First attach one end of the spring to the bed and on the
opposite end add the anchor strap (Super Tramp logo
facing up)
2. With the spring in one hand and the strap in the other,
pull the spring back to touch the frame.
3. Wrap the anchor strap around the top of the frame and
attach the spring hook underneath as shown.
Attach enough springs to the end of each side rails as shown
on the right to ensure that the trampoline is correctly aligned
as per step 7 before attaching the end rails to the trampoline.
Finally attach the remainder of the springs. The best
approach is to work opposite with someone, as springs can
be added at the same time. If working alone, evenly add the
springs to each side.
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Elevator Kits (optional)
Thread the plain end of the long strap
through the ratchet spindle as shown.
Make sure both hooks point upwards.
Attach the hooks of the completed long
straps to the holes at the end of the frame
as shown below. Tighten ratchets from
underneath to tension straps.
To fit the end straps, hook the short hook
of a 7” spring into the ‘D’ ring on a end
strap. Position a black spring anchor strap
110mm from the End Rail tube end and
hook the spring through the anchor strap.
Now attach the opposite side ensuring the
end strap runs on top and not underneath.
Anchor Straps x 4
Your Super Tramp Boomer is supplied
with a complete set of frame pad
elevators. Although, these may not be
required when the trampoline has been
sunk into the ground.
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Step 10
Lay the frame pads upside down on the frame in
order to see the eyelets.
You can now turn over the pads. Slide the corner
pocket of each side of each side pocket onto the
rounded end of each end pad.
Attach pads around frame by holding elastic loop,
and stretching the plastic toggle around the frame
and inserted back through the loop.
Once all of the toggle loops have been attached to
the frame.
Pull the skirt of the pads over the frame.
Pass the flexible end of a toggle loop through the
eyelets as shown below. Use a tool such as a
screwdriver to carefully pull the toggle loop out
the second eyelet. Repeat for all the pads.
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Here is what you should have…
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Care and Maintenance of your Trampoline
Your Super Tramp trampoline has been designed to be outside all year round and generally requires very little maintenance. But a little care can
add years to the life of the trampoline. Remember that the bed (mat) and frame pads are made of synthetic materials and are easily damaged by
cigarette ends, fireworks and bonfire debris. You should make sure that the following checks are made monthly:
• Check that all joints are still intact and have not become dislodged during use
• Check that all springs are attached and that any stretched springs are replaced
The Frame
Do not sit or stand on the frame or the frame pads while the trampoline is in use as this will cause excessive wear to springs and frame pads. If
surface rust appears it should be removed with either a wire brush or coarse sandpaper, and the area treated with a non-toxic paint.
The Springs
Do not stand on the springs whilst the trampoline is in use. Try not to bounce on the springs as they are not designed for this sort of stress and
can be stretched, mis-shaped and weakened. If you find you have any stretched springs, it is important to replace them as soon as possible to
avoid damage to the remaining springs.
The Bed
The bed (mat) may eventually become weakened by the effects of ultra violet radiation. A little mould or mildew should not harm the mat. Make
sure that shoes are removed before bouncing and ensure that any other sharp objects or jewellery are removed.
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Care and Maintenance of your Trampoline: 2 String Bed
When you unpack your new Super Tramp 2 string bed you may find that that it appears to be stuck together. This is due to the protective coating on the bed and it
is normal for that to happen.
Open the bed out completely then attach to the frame following your Trampoline Assembly instructions.
Attach springs at opposite sides evenly, the job is best done with two people.
It is advisable to wear gloves when springing the bed to minimise the possibility of injury.
Your Super Tramp bed is woven using a special polyester twine that is reasonably UV resistant. It is coated with a special solution for added protection and to hold
the strings in their correct position. However, over time the sun’s ultra violet radiation will gradually degrade the twine.
The following are things you can do to help prolong the life of your bed:
For outdoor use, fitting a weather and debris cover when your trampoline is not in use will also prolong the life of your bed giving it more protection from weather
related deterioration as well as autumn debris.
Check the strings on your bed at least once a week for wear and alignment.
Make sure that all strings are aligned straight on your anchors as in the photo below. If you are taking your bed off the trampoline make sure that it is not wet as the
water contact can cause deformation.
All anchors need to be clipped closed while in use.
2 String Bed Reconditioning Service
Available from the 1st September to 31st March
Jet Sports Ltd offer a reconditioning service which we recommend using when your bed is looking
worn or if strings are broken. This service would fix any broken strings, replace lost or broken
anchors and fully recoat and remark the bed. All you need to do is call us for an initial estimated
quote then send us your bed. Once we have received your bed we will do a thorough inspection
and return an actual price for the service together with an anticipated return date.
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Your Guarantee
Please keep your proof of purchase it will be needed to make a claim.
Please note we recommend that all 2 string beds to be refurbished every
2-5 years.
10 Years
Frame - Structural failure due to rust
Bed Fabric - Structural failure due to rot
Springs - Structural failure due to rust
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For more information on trampolines and for spare parts visit our website.
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