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How to measure your round trampoline:

When it comes to measuring a round trampoline there are several measurements you need to ensure you get the correct size parts. This page is designed to help you get the right measurements and ensure that you are ordering the right trampoline part.

How to Order the Correct Parts for a Round Trampoline:

For Round Mats (Jumping Surface): In order to get you the correct mat, you will need to know:
1) Frame diameter size (measured from outside edge of metal frame across to opposite outside edge)
2) Spring Count
3) Spring length (measure spring OFF of the trampoline, un-stretched, hook end to hook end)

**With these measurements you should be able to find the mat you need using our website. Simply click on “Trampoline Mats", then narrow your search by shape, then frame size, then spring count, then spring size.

For Round Safety Pads (Spring Covers): In order to get you the correct pad, you will need to know:
1) Frame diameter size (measured from outside edge of metal frame across to opposite outside edge)
2) Measure the width of your old pad

**With these measurements you should be able to find the safety pad you need using our website. Simply click on “Trampoline Safety Pads”, then narrow our search by shape and then frame size. You can then optionally narrow your search by pad durability and/or preferred color.

(Tips: Usually the frame is close to an even foot amount (8ft, 10ft, 12ft, etc) so as long as it is within 2 inches you should be alright, for example, a trampoline that measures 12ft 10in would be able to use a 13ft Safety Pad.
Also, some trampoline models require a pad that has cutouts/slots for enclosure poles. If your trampoline requires a pad with cutouts/slots for enclosure poles, you may want to simply search our website by your trampoline model number.)

For Replacement Enclosure Netting: In order to get you the correct replacement enclosure netting, you will need to know:
1) Frame diameter size (measured from outside edge of metal frame across to opposite outside edge)
2) Count how many poles or arches are on your trampoline enclosure.

**With this measurement and count you should be able to find the net you need using our website. Simply click on "Trampoline Nets”, then narrow your search by shape, then frame size, then number of poles or arches.

(Tip: Usually the frame is close to an even foot amount (8ft, 10ft, 12ft, etc) so as long as it is within 2 inches you should be alright, for example, a trampoline that measures 12ft 10in would be able to use a 13ft enclosure netting.)

For Enclosure Systems (that include netting, poles and hardware): In order to get you the correct enclosure system you will need to know:
1) Frame diameter size (measured from outside edge of metal frame across to opposite outside edge)
2) Inspect the legs of your trampoline. Enclosure systems need “U” shaped legs to attach to.

(Tip: Usually the frame is close to an even foot amount (8ft, 10ft, 12ft, etc) so as long as it is within 2 inches you should be alright, for example, a trampoline that measures 12ft 10in would be able to use a 13ft enclosure system.)

For Springs: In order to get you the correct springs, you will need to know:
1) Spring length (measure spring OFF of the trampoline, un-stretched, hook end to hook end)
2) Spring count (however many you need)

**With this measurement and count you should be able to find the springs you need using our website. Simply click on “Trampoline Springs", then narrow your search by spring length.