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BETOOLL Easy 1-2-3 A-Frame 2 Brackets Swing Set Bracket with Mounting Hardware (Green)

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Product Dimensions 42.16 x 18.8 x 32.26 cm; 8.46 Kilograms
Maximum weight recommendation 110000 Pounds
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  • The Strongest Brackets to Build A Swing Set---Made of heavy gauge steel, 100% welded joints,heavy and durable.Also painted nicely to stay rust free for a good looking swing set for years to come.
  • What You Get--- 2 swing set brackets ,28pcs wood screws and 28pcs washers.BETOOLL frame brackets included all hardware required to install them!Also come with our 18-month warranty and friendly customer service.
  • Making A Seriously Sturdy A-frame in the Easiest Way---We recommend using one kiln-dried 4x6-114" top beam and four kiln-dried 4x4-96" side support legs to construct a basic A-Frame which completed dimensions:12'Lx8'Dx7'8"H.(Lumber is not included in this kit.)
  • Easy Install---First attach the swing set brackets to 4x6 top beam.Then simply slide the 4x4 legs into the brackets with the beam lying on the ground (top down).Pre-drill the holes for the lag screws and ratchet them down.Also you could add a 2x4 cross piece on the legs for added stability

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Choose BETOOLL  A-Frame Brackets,let us help guide you on building the best Backyard Swing Set!


Kit Includes:

2 Brackets

28pcs Lag Screws

28pcs Washers

Note:If you want to use your own hardware,we recommend using a 5/16"-3" lag screw & 5/16" washers.

 

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James Tobin
3.0 out of 5 stars Sizing is inaccurate and the posts need to be cut smaller be aware! Its a pain
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 25 July 2020
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3.0 out of 5 stars Sizing is inaccurate and the posts need to be cut smaller be aware! Its a pain
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 25 July 2020
The product seems strong and well built. However, I had posts delivered 4 x 4 and 6 x 4 as specified, I expected the receiving slots to be 4 inch square on the inside. However, they are not they are just shy of a 1/4 of an inch on each edge too small. ( on 4 x 4 slots) So you must trim each post end, now this is real pain if you do not have the tools for trimming. I have seen others post that it was easy to knock in, I can only assume you did not have exact 4 x 4 posts. I find this totally illogical, I am UK based and a 4x4 post is a very common posts size and used for decking etc. Why not make a bracket they slide into? In fact why say they do? Then ship all the way to the UK for me to find out, they do not? I am now going to have to do the trimming as sending back to the USA will be a royal pain in the !! So just be aware that you should have the tools to trim, or get your post supplier to take off the required amount. Maybe get the bracket and take with you to order if it is a local company, sadly I did not.
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Wildfan
5.0 out of 5 stars Sturdy Brackets
Reviewed in the United States on 7 August 2019
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Philip L. Ruble
5.0 out of 5 stars SOLID - brackets make a strong swing set.
Reviewed in the United States on 27 August 2020
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5.0 out of 5 stars SOLID - brackets make a strong swing set.
Reviewed in the United States on 27 August 2020
2020 Swing set TIPS :

1. Lumber (purchase separately): pressure treated. The completed A-frame dimensions will be (up to) :12' Long x 8' Deep x 7'8" High. The swing set should be set up in a location with at least 6 feet of clearance in front and back.

a. TOP BEAM is a 4 x 6 pressure treated beam. A single 4x6 is required.
i. LENGTH of top beam - you decide. The manufacturer recommends using one kiln-dried 4x6 timber -114" (9 ½ feet) in length. Manufacturer warns that the top beam will bend and warp if it is longer than 144” (12 feet long).
ii. Three swings – you may want a 132” top beam to adequately fit 3 swings safely spaced apart. (18” per swing, 16” per space between swings, 16” on each end between the outside swings and the frame, plus 7” of beam inside each bracket at each end). [ 7—16 – 18—16—18—16 – 18 – 16 –7 ]
iii. Your top beam length will vary depending on what you hang from it. Examples: two swings, a porch style swing, a tire swing or a “disc” swing, a combination of different swings. You’ll need to research the recommended spacing to safely use each, cut your beam length accordingly, and decide where to place your swing hangers. Don’t forget to leave 7” on each end for the metal brackets.

b. LEGS – Manufacturer recommends using four kiln-dried pressure treated 4x4 timber - 96" (8 feet long) side support legs. Longer legs are an option; however, you need to be careful not to make the frame too top heavy (tip hazard).

c. CROSS BEAM - Optional cross member on each end. You can choose to add a 2x6 pressure treated cross beam across the legs on each end for extra strength. Length – you decide - The length of the cross beam will depend on how high up you place it across the legs.

d. STAIN - You may want to stain your lumber prior to installation. Pressure treated lumber should be dried out prior to staining.

2. INSTALLATION: Building the frame.
a. FIRST attach the brackets to 4x6 top beam. Hopefully, you will discover that your 4x6 beam fits easily into the bracket – mine did!
i. Beginner TIP #1: for fitting the wood beam into the bracket. If your 4x6 beam is too tight to fit the bracket try shaving down the ends of the 4x6 top beam slightly with a plane, or a belt sander, or a chisel in order to get the bracket to fit over it.
ii. Beginner TIP #2: for fitting the wood beam into the bracket. If your 4x6 beam is too tight you may want to apply ski wax and dish soap to the wood and bracket to make inserting the wood into the bracket easier.
iii. Beginner TIP #3: IMPORTANT… position your 2 brackets so that the frame LEGS will flair outward on each end of the beam (and not slant toward the middle of the swing set).
After fitting the beam inside the bracket, secure the brackets in place on each end of the beam by pre-drilling holes for the lag screws (included). Ratchet the lag screws into place.

b. SECOND – with the beam on its back on the ground, attach SWING HANGERS (purchased separately) after carefully measuring and leaving recommended spacing between each set of swing hangers and between the outside swings and the swing set frame. You may need to research this for your unique set of swings. (The spacing for 3 swings on a 132” beam is detailed below).

c. THIRD - slide the 4x4 legs into the brackets with the beam lying on its back on the ground (top down). Depending on the fit of your 4x4 legs you may need to use the tips listed earlier regarding inserting the beam into the bracket.

d. NEXT, after fitting the LEGS inside the bracket, secure the brackets in place on each LEG by pre-drilling holes for the lag screws (included). Ratchet the lag screws into place.

e. Optional: Finally, you may decide to add a 2x4 (or 2x6) CROSS PIECE on each end of the frame for added stability. Secure the cross piece between the legs with long exterior deck screws or lag bolts (purchased separately).

3. SPACING OF SWINGS.
a. For three swings: In order to leave the recommended space between THREE swings the 4x6 beam is cut to a 132” length. (18” per swing, 16” spacing, plus 7” on each end inside the brackets). [ 7—16 – 18—16—18—16 – 18 – 16 –7 ]
b. Spacing for two swings, a porch style swing, a tire swing or a “disc” swing will vary. You will need to research proper spacing for whichever type of swings you choose to install. You may decide to use a shorter top beam if you are only installing one swing, two swings, a porch style swing, or a single tire swing. Do your research before cutting the beam.

4. STAIN WOOD with a redwood stain/sealer combination. You may choose to stain the wood first before you install brackets or swing hangers.

MOVING INTO POSITION & SETTING UP – This frame is heavy. Be sure to have at least two adults to roll it over and move it into position. Beginner TIP – adding cross pieces on each end of the frame not only strengthens the frame; it will give you an easier position to lift from, so that two people can more easily move the frame around.
I still need to angle cut the bottom of my 4X4 legs so they will sit flat on the concrete pavers I placed under each leg. I’ve found that putting pavers under the 4x4s will prevent rotting. In addition, I am going to use a heavy gauge wire and ground anchors to hold the swing set down and prevent the frame from rocking.
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Vannessa Guidotti🚀
5.0 out of 5 stars Well built! (heavy) Great product!
Reviewed in the United States on 14 October 2019
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Racquel
1.0 out of 5 stars NOT Sturdy
Reviewed in the United States on 5 June 2020
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1.0 out of 5 stars NOT Sturdy
Reviewed in the United States on 5 June 2020
The idea of these brackets is nice but they aren't practical. FYI if you buy them: The tags go on opposite sides. Meaning, the tag on one will face forward, the other will face backward. And they do angle out. So there is a right, left, front, back to them even though this is mentioned no where in the instructions. Here's my issue: I got it all put together despite the instructions sorely lacking, and it looked great. But it moves. More than I'm comfortable with. About a month later I notice the wood is cracking. The top beam is bowed. And I'm sure it's from the movement. I've had to ban the kids from their new swing set til I can figure out how to "fix it". My issue here is that there are no specifications for brackets or stabilizers or anything. The ad leads you to believe that you can build a functioning A frame swing set using these brackets and the specified wood and that doesn't seem to be true. And the idea that a 40 or 50lb piece of wood could fall on my kids is enough for me to want to return these. Unfortunately, the return window is closed. So now, I'm stuck with expensive brackets that I'm not sure I can trust. And I'm not architecturally inclined so I'm not sure how to fix it or even tell if it's safe once I do "fix" it. And considering how much money I've spent on all of the pieces for this set, I'm more than annoyed.
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