Over the years, other trampoline manufacturers have come and gone, making it hard to find parts for those brands. But not at A J Landmark Trampolines. We've been making trampoline parts for over 35 years, so we're sure to have the piece you need to keep your trampoline in good shape, from spring and jump beds to frames and enclosures. And, all of our parts come with a 5-year warranty, so you'll get added protection with us.
Find the right parts of your old trampoline. Call 208-322-4456 today.
Before you haul your old trampoline to the curb, turn to A J Landmark Trampolines for repair services. We'll restore your backyard entertainment by replacing...
- Torn jump beds
- Broken springs
- Bent frames
- Ripped enclosures
- Broken zips
Save your investment from the dump. Rely on us for trampoline repairs in Boise, ID.
Replacement Jump Beds
A: Outside to outside diameter of frame.
B: Jump bed fabric diameter. ( Do not include the v-ring)
C: Total Spring count. (You can count the holes in the frame where the springs attach.)
D: Spring length. (measure total length of spring, end of hook to end of hook, with the spring off the trampoline.)
A: Length of bed, not including the v-rings.
B: Width of bed, not including the v-rings.
C: Spring count along length of bed.
D: Spring count along width of bed.
A: Measure width of bed, not including the v-rings.(Measure with the weave, not on the bias)
B: Spring count per side.
C: Spring length. (Measure total length, end of hook to end of hook, with the spring off the trampoline.)
A: Measure diameter of frame, outside to outside.
A: Measure length of frame, outside to outside.
B: Measure width of frame, outside to outside.
C. Measure from outside of frame to edge of bed.
A: Measure width of frame, outside to outside.
B: Measure length of one flat side, center of corner to center of corner.
C: Repeat B on a different side.
Measure the trampoline spring after removal from the trampoline from end of one hook to the end of the opposite hook.