Includes:

16 Black Loops (20 lb Loop)

16 Blue Loops (10 lb Loop)

16 Red Loops (5 lb Loop)

Savings of $90.00

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BUNGEE ELASTIC LOOP WEIGHT CHART

The following table shows how many types of elastic should be utilized per side of the harness with these various weights. The weight scale is not critical to the operation. It is only a guideline for the operators.

The chart below indicates that you attach the number of elastic to each side

Pounds Number of Elastics per side

30lbs ----- 1 blue, 1 red

40lbs ----- 2 blue

50lbs ----- 2 blue, 1 red

60lbs ----- 1 black, 1 blue

70lbs ----- 1 Black, 1 blue, 1 red

80lbs ----- 2 blacks

90lbs ----- 2 blacks, 1 red

100lbs ----- 2 blacks, 1 blue

110lbs ----- 2 blacks, 1 blue, 1 red

120lbs ----- 3 blacks

130lbs ----- 3 blacks, 1 red

140lbs ----- 3 blacks, 1 blue

150lbs ----- 3 blacks, 1 blue, 1 red

160lbs ----- 4 blacks

170lbs ----- 4 blacks, 1 red

180lbs ----- 4 blacks, 1 blue

190lbs ----- 4 blacks, 1 blue, 1 red

200lbs ----- 5 blacks

210lbs ----- 5 blacks, 1 red

220lbs ----- 5 blacks, 1 blue

NEVER USE LESS THAN 2 BUNGEE LOOPS ON EACH SIDE

A copy of this chart should always be posted at each trampoline for quick reference. This chart is meant to be a rough orientation. The number of elastics needed vary greatly with the individual abilities of the jumper. This effect becomes more pronounced at the upper end of the weight scale as it goes almost unnoticed at the lower weight classes.

Use the higher number of elastics if jumper is on upper end of weight range and/or if jumper is very dynamic and athletic. - Never use any elastic that show signs of wear and tear. A jumper who is unable to refrain from swinging back and forth during the jump is attached to the incorrect number of elastics.

BUNGEE ELASTIC LOOP WEIGHT CHART

The following table shows how many types of elastic should be utilized per side of the harness with these various weights. The weight scale is not critical to the operation. It is only a guideline for the operators.

The chart below indicates that you attach the number of elastic to each side

Pounds Number of Elastics per side

30lbs ----- 1 blue, 1 red

40lbs ----- 2 blue

50lbs ----- 2 blue, 1 red

60lbs ----- 1 black, 1 blue

70lbs ----- 1 Black, 1 blue, 1 red

80lbs ----- 2 blacks

90lbs ----- 2 blacks, 1 red

100lbs ----- 2 blacks, 1 blue

110lbs ----- 2 blacks, 1 blue, 1 red

120lbs ----- 3 blacks

130lbs ----- 3 blacks, 1 red

140lbs ----- 3 blacks, 1 blue

150lbs ----- 3 blacks, 1 blue, 1 red

160lbs ----- 4 blacks

170lbs ----- 4 blacks, 1 red

180lbs ----- 4 blacks, 1 blue

190lbs ----- 4 blacks, 1 blue, 1 red

200lbs ----- 5 blacks

210lbs ----- 5 blacks, 1 red

220lbs ----- 5 blacks, 1 blue

NEVER USE LESS THAN 2 BUNGEE LOOPS ON EACH SIDE

A copy of this chart should always be posted at each trampoline for quick reference. This chart is meant to be a rough orientation. The number of elastics needed vary greatly with the individual abilities of the jumper. This effect becomes more pronounced at the upper end of the weight scale as it goes almost unnoticed at the lower weight classes.

Use the higher number of elastics if jumper is on upper end of weight range and/or if jumper is very dynamic and athletic. - Never use any elastic that show signs of wear and tear. A jumper who is unable to refrain from swinging back and forth during the jump is attached to the incorrect number of elastics.