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Eastern Jungle Gym Heavy-Duty Plastic Horse Glider Swing Seat Back-to-Back Glider for Two Kids with Coated Swing Chains
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- Highly durable plastic swing seat is approximately 34" tall, 16" wide and 42" long; Features footrests and handholds on each side for added comfort and security
- Swing chains are approximately 66" long; bottom 30" of chain is coated in yellow plastisol for a soft, pinch-free grip
- Attaches to most swing beams up to 9' high and features 2/0 swing chains that are zinc-coated
- Features footrests and handholds on each side for added comfort and security
- Please check and tighten all bolts that connect the swing chains to the handles
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The Eastern Jungle Gym Horse Glider Swing Seat is the perfect accessory for any backyard wooden swing set! Great for families with multiple kids, this swing is designed to fit two children sitting back-to-back and is recommended for children 3 years and older. The swing set is constructed with highly-durable, heavy-duty polymer plastic. Designed for residential use this swing seat can attach to any wooden structure using a four-point mounting brackets (sold separately). This swing seat glider comes fully assembled with four, 66” zinc-coated, 2/0 straight-coil swing chains that are adjustable up to 30”. The bottom 30” of the swing chains are coated in yellow plastisol to allow for a soft, pinch-free grip that is comfortable for even the smallest little fingers!
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Bring endless fun to the backyard with our new back-to-back Plastic Horse Glider Swing. Attaches to most swing beams up to 8' 6" high. Features Plastisol coated straight coil swing chains that are stronger than rope, designed for soft gripping, and "pinch-free." This product requires a four-point mouthing system.
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Not sure if I can be issued another one as a replacement!
I made the 2 brackets out of a 2x6x36 and put the hooks 14 inches from center. Then mounted the brackets 15 inches apart on the swing.
Cost: 4.77 plus the hooks 1.74 each = $11.73 ( you need the hooks no matter what bracket you use)
I don't need the extra 18",or so, of chain since our swing is 7 feet tall; my husband hooked it in a ball so it won't clank against itself. (so we don't have to listen to it.)
I bought the Extra-duty swing hangers as well, since this swing has 4 chains and the swing set came with only enough swing hangers to hang a regular swing that has 2 chains. Our swing set also has two beams that go across the top of the swing, so we didn't need to buy a "bracket." We needed a long drill bit to put the swing hangers onto our wooden swing set, however.
My husband is pretty handy, but it took him 45 minutes to an hour to get this swing ready to use.
Eleven months after we got this swing, it is broken on one side. The small kids can still swing one side, but it broke on the skinny part of the seat, between the seat and the handlebar. No one knows how this happened? It's as if a 200 lb. person jumped on it (we don't have any kids that big), but it has a permanent kink in it now and is useless for 2 kids. I don't like to pay this much money for something that breaks this fast. I didn't believe my kids when they told me it was broken, so by the time I saw it, the warranty had expired. Very disappointed in this swing!
I would suggest drilling holes in the bottom of each end to allow water to drain. Ours was filed with about 3-4 cups of water after a few rainstorms. A few drilled holes later at the lowest points and the problem was solved.