The thickness measures almost but not quite 1/8". Bear in mind, this is a typical backyard swing set, not a commercial grade. It is fairly light weight. It rocks, wiggles, and jolts- and it can blow over or fly away in tornado winds if not anchored. The manufacturer voids warranty if the set is not anchored properly and they recommend to set it into cement filled holes of 45 lbs concrete per leg. You may also use a ground anchoring system with stakes. Manufacturer has strong cautions against letting children play on set in high winds, and states NO CLIMBING on the main frame. Also no swinging more than 60 degrees arc. It is not intended for children over 100 lbs, or over age 8, or for excess of 7 children or a total of 700 lbs at one time, probably because it is not designed for heavy duty abuse. The set must be on level ground, and they want you to tighten all hardware twice a month. But I think it is a sturdy, well made set for the price. Just follow safety measures and supervise children when they are using the set, as recommended, and it will be fine.
It is a poor quality. Not heavy duty in my opinion. Not when compared to the Flexible Flyer Brand. Cheaply made. Can't tell you the exact tubular wall thickness.
answered 1 year, 3 months ago
I just put one together it is less than sch 5 wall or if you dont know that i will say it is 2 in. tube it is very thin but it is durable tubing is very strong
answered 1 year, 4 months ago