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Buying a trampoline

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I'd liek to buy a trampoline but i don't haveany clue what to look at. So, what's important when buying one? I have seen very very cheap ones and very expensive ones. I'd liek to have 4.3m or a 3.7 or something like that. Can you guys help me on that?

I didn't find anything with the search. Something liek a buying guide would be nice. If we get some goof infos here, i'll put them here so others get the info easily.

Thanks!
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Get the Olympic rectangular ones that have the higher end springs and stronger, harder, rougher material. Not the shit you get at Wal Mart.


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I dont have 2k $ to spend

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Eh if your thinking about using a snowboard on it tape your edges with duct tape or something and presto it will work fine. Costco, Walmart and Sams club all sell trampoline specials..

I dont know why you would want one though.. I can do backflips on a trampoline but not on a snowboard and its really easy way to fuck up your ankles.
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Then don't ask questions about what's good and go get yourself the cheap octagon piece of shit from Wal Mart and bottom it out because it's a turd.


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Hi,

I'd liek to buy a trampoline but i don't haveany clue what to look at. So, what's important when buying one? I have seen very very cheap ones and very expensive ones. I'd liek to have 4.3m or a 3.7 or something like that. Can you guys help me on that?

I didn't find anything with the search. Something liek a buying guide would be nice. If we get some goof infos here, i'll put them here so others get the info easily.

Thanks!
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Then don't ask questions about what's good and go get yourself the cheap octagon piece of shit from Wal Mart and bottom it out because it's a turd.
Dont be so agressive. I Dont have any stupid big wal mart here cause im not from the USA. Our markets dont sell trampolines. I would have to go to a special shop. I didn't think that i get very good olympic like quality for a few hundreds.

I just asked what i can get with an afforable price. You can train a lot of stuff on a trampoline. I already jumped on one with a normal board so i know how to tape the edges already, but thanks.

You can train simple graps, getting used to the movment of a backflip which helps doing it in real. train gettign the landing in focus when spinning and stuff and also it makes just fun.

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Sorry about that, i just misstyped me there...I'll recheck my stuff better.
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I found here some useful buying informations, trampolineflyer.com
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