All of the tools are included but I highly recommend getting a 9/32" nut driver and a regular phillip screwdriver (which you have anyway). The included spring tool is essential for installing (and in your case, removing) all 96 springs. Then you remove the 12 bolts holding the frame ring to the legs and that shoudl be it. I don't plan on taking the "W's" apart. Those are the six pieces that form the legs.
answered 1 year, 10 months ago
- Duluth, GA
Yes, there is a T handle with a hook at the other end to pull the springs. To take down for the winter, all you have to do is:
1. Disconnect the enclosure from the top of the six enclosure poles.
2. Disconnect about 12-18 straps that keep the padding from lifting up on the outside.
3. Disconnect all 96 springs from the outer ring and jumping surface.
The enclosure net, jumping mat, and pad will all be connected in big mess that you can roll/fold up.
answered 1 year, 11 months ago
- Parker, CO
All tools needed will come with your trampoline in the kit. To take the trampoline apart for storage just reverse the directions you used to put it up. Any questions you may have once you buy your trampoline can be answered in the manual or by calling the manufacturer at 1(800) 248-5327