10x Trampoline Springs for Spring Trampoline

A smart set of new trampoline springs

Installing a trampoline spring

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  • What brand names should you look for? Ultra Bounce and DDI Sports are two popular brand names of trampoline springs that you might want to consider when the time comes to replace your own. You should find either of these available online when you need to go shopping.

    Trampoline Parts and Supply have a wide range of springs for sale and offer very good value for money – they also offer free shipping on a range of items which is another plus in their favor. Never forget eBay is always a good source for any kind of item you might want. Trampoline springs can be bought individually or in packs with prices ranging from about $1 per spring to about $60 for a pack of 48. The final price will of course depend on the quantity and quality of the springs purchased. Check out their online store today.

  • As the years go by your trampoline springs will become weakened and stretched. The bounce in your trampoline will be affected by this as will, potentially, your safety. Periodic checks should be made on your trampoline springs to ensure they’re still in good condition and not corroded. Protecting your trampoline with a tarp can help prevent this as can treating the springs with something like WD-40 which will protect them from the rain and cold weather. Combining a tarp with an anti-rust treatment like WD-40 is even better because it prevents any rust forming and keeps the springs in good condition – regardless of the weather.

    Trampoline springs are parts you should have on hand at home. You can buy them used if you like but this is NOT recommended as you have no idea if they are good or not. So, it is better to find discounts on Internet on new springs. You can take a look for it on Amazon or on Google.
    Springs need to remain strong and stiff. Remember the longer the springs are the better and higher bounce you will get too.
    Also, if you have already bought some kind of cheap trampoline where springs are not so good, you can always upgrade the springs to really good ones. A trampolining is all about the bounce and the springs are responsible for it. Be sure you buy really good ones when you stock up on replacement parts.

    Trampoline springs are one of the most popular products offered by Fun Spot. These top quality trampoline springs are universal, making them compatible with all trampoline brands.

    Any springs which are over-stretched, loose or have damaged hooks should be replaced immediately. Our trampoline springs are manufactured from galvanized wire making them superior to the imported chrome springs commonly offered by most trampoline suppliers.

  • Trampoline springs are one of the most popular products offered by Fun Spot. These top quality trampoline springs are universal, making them compatible with all trampoline brands.

    Any springs which are over-stretched, loose or have damaged hooks should be replaced immediately. Our trampoline springs are manufactured from galvanized wire making them superior to the imported chrome springs commonly offered by most trampoline suppliers.

    If you are unsure if your trampoline springs need to be replaced you can perform these two tests to make your determination. You will need to remove springs from the trampoline so they are in a relaxed state for both of these tests. Any spring that does not recoil when in the relaxed state is considered overstretched and will need to be replaced. Sometimes the spring can appear to be recoiled when it is not installed on the trampoline, yet the spring still needs replacing. To determine this you should clench a spring in your fist, grabbing the spring at one end. Shake the spring back and forth to see how tight the spring is. Trampoline designers recommend that you should do this to at least 10 springs that pass the first test, to see the variance in the amount of tension in the body of the springs. The springs that are loose should be replaced. The only limitation to this test is that it will be difficult to recognize particularly loose springs if every spring is loose. If you are still unsure we recommend that you contact a trampoline manufacturer.

178mm) Trampoline Springs with Elongated Hook

When replacing your trampoline mat, it is a good time to inspect all trampoline springs. You should try to jump on trampoline and if you see trampoline springs that are over-stretched, loose or have damaged hooks should be replaced immediately as this is big safety risk.