The bridles are intentionally different lengths to allow the trampoline to flag and rotate with the wind on the bridle. The longer bridle arms give the tramp leverage to rotate the swivel instead of twisting up the bridles. When the bridles are the same length, the bridle twists up. The bridle should be installed with alternating colors - so the two blues are across from one another, and the two blacks are across from one another. There are 4 anchor ring connection points on the bottom of the trampoline that these bridle arms connect to.
Articles in this section
- What should my Commercial Aquapark's dress code be?
- Where can I use a Blast Bag/Launch Bag?
- What are the jump surface measurements for Aquaglide trampolines and bouncers?
- Why do I need so much mooring weight?
- Can I build my own aquapark?
- How to Prepare and Set-up 1m & 2m Vertical Mooring
- How to set up Aquaglide Mooring Kits (Complete Mooring Line Kit and Vertical Mooring Line)
- I am interested in an inflatable Aquapark. How do I get more information and a quote?
- How do I pack up and store my aquapark?
- How do I connect my Trampoline bridle?