Welcome back to the Portable Basketball Goals review. I hope all the information on my site has helped you already select your basketball goal or prepare you for your upcoming purchase. As I am fully aware, putting together a portable goal can be tedious. That is why I’ve added this post. I want to give you some tips for making the assembly of your portable basketball hoop go easily.
- Search for a Video: Regardless if you bought a Spalding 54 acrylic portable basketball system or another brand you can probably find a video on you tube showing step by step how to assemble. I’ve added one below that I found. Even if it’s not exact I found that by watching it you will get a better idea of what to do.
- Search for the Manual: Many times you can find the exact manual of the brand of portable basketball goal you purchased. If you can not find the exact then there is a generic one. I’ve added a link to a portable system owners manual.
- Hire Someone to do it: This is a good option for those that are not use to assembling products, aren’t strong enough to handle the pieces, or just do not have the time. It will take about 4 hours to put together. The average cost of hiring someone is $150.
I hope this information helps. Thank you for visiting my review site and I wish you lots of fun playing on your new portable basketball system.
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