To correctly measure a spring, remove it from the trampoline. Then measure it from end to end, including both hooks (the total length).
To correctly measure the Jump Mat, you need to measure the frame size of your trampoline. You also need to measure the spring size of your springs from hook to hook ensuring it is not stretched. The most usual lengths are 5.5 inches or 7 inches. We currently supply jump mats for 8 foot, 10 foot, 12 foot, 13 foot and 14 foot trampolines in either 5.5 inch or 7 inch spring sizes. The number of eyelets on your mat can be counted also however, if this number differs by a few or even up to 8 or 10 from universal replacement you can just space the springs out and it will still be a successful replacement fitting.
For Replacement Padding (the part that covers the springs) measure your frame size, from outside edge to outside edge of metal frame, across the widest part of the trampoline (diameter of frame). Usually the frame is close to an even foot amount (8, 10, 12, 13 and 14 foot, etc.) so as long as it is within 2 inches you should be alright. For example, a trampoline that measures 12’10” would be able to use a 13 ft Safety Pad. Trampoline Padding Sizes we stock are: 8, 10, 12, 13 and 14 foot.
Measure your Frame size, from outside edge to outside edge of metal frame, across the widest part of the trampoline (diameter of frame).
The outside frame needs to be measured; you also need to inspect the feet of the trampoline to see how many legs it has, to work out how many pole uprights you require. We can then provide you with a suitable set together with netting and number of poles required.
We currently stock 2 main lengths of straight trampoline replacement poles. One that suits an 8 foot trampoline and a longer one that suits all other sizes, 10, 12, 13 and 14 foot trampolines. Our poles come complete with foam padding around them and their own brackets that fix to the trampoline leg at the appropriate height for your nettings.
Check that your poles are straight ones that attach to the outside of the trampoline. You could also measure the height of your trampoline from the ground to the frame and then from the frame to the top of the netting to work out if the pole length will suit.
Measure your Frame size, from outside edge to outside edge of metal frame, across the widest part of the trampoline (diameter of frame). Count the number of enclosure poles, check the poles – Are your poles straight? – How many, 6 or 8?
Our universal replacement trampoline nettings envelope over straight poles and come with zip and clip openings for best safety (unless otherwise stated) as we occasionally have some cheaper options with no zip, this will be clearly stated in product description.
We sell universal nets that fit most major brands and stock replacement trampoline netting for 8 foot trampolines with 6 poles, 10 foot trampolines with 6 poles, 10 foot trampolines with 8 poles, 12 foot trampolines with 8 poles, 13 foot trampolines with 8 poles and 14 foot trampolines with 8 poles.