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WE BROKE DOWN BASKETBALL GOAL TO MOVE AND IT'S BEEN A WHILE. WHERE CAN WE FIND INSTRUCTIONS TO PUT BACK TOGETHER? ALL I HAVE IS BASE PART # CB01700 AND BACKBOARD PART #CBO1400-1

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well it is probably a cheap backboard then. sorry

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Ihave a pole and backboard but my backboard is cracked badly. Would you consider selling yours?

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You NEED to get a replacement piece from the manufacturer. You could get a piece of lexon from home depot but it will cost you a bit.

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SOURCE: Too much hanging on the rim and rough play -

Here's a phone number of either someone who sells or makes this product. Hope this helps.
1-866-308-5484

If not, take off the supports, straighten them, and scab weld on some reinforcing rods to keep them from bending.

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