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Exacme Trampoline Replacement Spring Cover Safety Pad for 16 Foot Frame, No hole for Poles, Green

Item# SPM9441239917 | Model# 6180-CP16G | Added on September 10, 2020 |
Sold by Exacme a Sears Marketplace seller
Exacme Trampoline Replacement Spring Cover Safety Pad for 16 Foot Frame, No hole for Poles, Green
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【IMPORTANT】This 16FT pad only fits 16FT-framed and up to 7"-spring trampoline 【Outer Material】UV resistant 310g/m² PVC on the top and 130g/m² PE on the bottom, which is waterproof and easy to clean 【Safety Guard】0.6 inch thick EPE closed-cell foam inside, which will protect your kids from getting injured even though they are jumping on the pad 【Easy to Install】Comes with elastic ropes to secure spring cover on your trampoline, which is more convenient than straps 【Note】Our pad does NOT have holes for the enclosure net poles, and the underneath PE color may vary

Do you want to get a spring cover which goes though TUV cerfitied?
Exacme trampoline pad covers with no gap preventing your kids from falling through the springs, and 0.6 inch thick EPE Closed-cell Foam Inside to protect from hurting themselves if they fall on the frame.


Main 3 data before you place the order:

  • Step 1: Frame-to-Frame Diameter: The outer diameter of your frame from edge to edge;
  • Step 2: Spring Length: Take away at least 2 springs to confirm the unstretched spring length from hook to hook;
  • Step 3: Jumping Mat Diameter: Please measure the distance from the edge of jumping mat to the other edge (V-ring Excepted).
  • For Example: If you have trampoline with 16FT frame, 7" spring, and 14.2FT jumping mat, please choose size "16 foot frame".


Features:

  • Pad Size: 16 foot (size here mean outer frame-to-frame diameter)
  • Colors: Blue, dark green, light green, mix color, animal orange, Orange
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