Measuring your Trampoline

Author: Jump Star Trampolines  


Measuring your Trampoline is essential before purchasing any replacement parts for your existing Trampoline also it will save you lots of time and money on shipping.



  • Verifying the size of Round trampoline.
    The Trampoline diameter is measured from the outside of the metal frame to the outside of the metal frame (not the jumping surface) See image below.
    Measure the Trampoline diameter in 2 spots with the Mat still fully assembled and uses the “average” as your “actual” Trampoline size.


  • Verify the size of Rectangular Trampoline.

Trampoline Frame Size - Measure outer of the frame (From the outside of the metal frame to the outside of the metal frame) across the middle when it is fully assembled.


  • Verifying the number of springs
    Check the quantity of springs on your Trampoline


  • Verifying the Springs Size
    Measure the spring including both hooks Un-stretched from tip to tip (See image below).
    Please make sure you take the spring off the trampoline before measuring.


  • Verifying the number of poles
    Check the number of poles on your Trampoline.
    Check the size of the pole, there are 3 sizes, 28mm, 38mm and 42mm.
    28mm Poles are the most common.


Important: Frame should only be measured if all the springs are properly attached and the jumping Mat is installed.

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Author: Jump Star Trampolines