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Trampoline blowing away

Our 14 inch trampoline complete with safety net just blew away in a gush of wind we need to know how to secure to ground. ps it wasnt a storm, the wind just got up.







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Hope this helps. The trampoline net will either have a sleeve for flexible poles to form a ring at the top or there will be at least four obvious "loops" to hang from the poles. Then you need to sew the net to secure it to the mat/trampoline itself with rope. A good idea to buy new rope to do this as it wears with use. I have replaced my securing rope with "tie-down" rope from the sporting good department. The soft nylon kind seems to wear better. To sew: use a good knot to secure it to the underside of the trampoline (spring/Loop) then simple go through the net at the bottom skip a few holes come back through the net and go down around the bottom of a spring hold. repeat all the way around.

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hi i was wondering if u got this fixed and if so how did u do it as i have the same prob

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According to the American Association of Orthopedic Surgeons
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