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5 Ft Turbo Tube Slide Green
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- Almost a full 360 degree design of turning twisting fun
- Thermoformed green HDPE that provides sturdy enjoyment up to 250 pounds
- Designed to mount on most 60 in. decks and includes all hardware and installation instruction (may require additional lumber purchase depending on configuration of existing deck)
- Meets/exceeds all safety compliance guidelines set forth by ASTM
- FOR PRIVATE BACKYARD USE ONLY! DO NOT USE IN PUBLIC SETTINGS!
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|Dimensions||92 inches x 60 inches x 60 inches||22 inches x 56.25 inches x 34 inches||22 inches x 54.5 inches x 33 inches||17.25 inches x 67.75 inches x 24.25 inches|
|Item Package Weight||63 pounds||107 pounds||88 pounds||26 pounds|
|Maximum Weight Recommendation||250 pounds||250 pounds||250 pounds||250 pounds|
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Assembly involves pulling and pushing to flex the plastic to get the holes to line up, since they weren't drilled very carefully. It'll take minimum of a couple hours, if you're handy. It was pretty tough to mount by myself, you may need help to get it positioned. I built it on the ground and then stood it up, if I would have had these dimensions ahead of time, I would have mounted the opening piece and worked down from there.
All these dimensions are approximate(+ or - a couple inches)since the plastic does give a bit.
Distance out from wall=44"
from either side of opening=20"
Assembly was time-consuming but straightforward. After reading the other reviews I varied the installation by attaching the entry section to the playset first, then attaching the clamshell sections one at a time; as opposed to assembling the entire slide then trying to mount it. This allowed me to do the job myself. As others have said, there is some prying and squeezing that needs to take place to allow the holes to come together, and in about 10 cases I used a drill to widen a hole to allow the bolt to slide through. Also I used GRK RSS structural screws instead of the included lag screws for the upper mounts due to the high quality and strength of the GRKs, and GRK exterior wood screws instead of the included wood screws because I was unsure of the quality of the coating for use with pressure treated wood. The instructions also require you to fabricate a little stand at the bottom so the weight of the slide is not on the lip; the instructions for this were clear and it was easy to build, just chop up a 2x4 and screw it all together.
I've gone down the slide a few times, but it is tight for an adult. The kids love it, they climb up and down it two at a time without any problems. It seems very solid and I expect it to last a long time.
Update For Goodrich. Please see pics. Look at the pic of the description of the kid first. It's easier if labelled. Number 1 is the top where it mounts. Number 2 is the upper torso of the kid. That would be the area of the red shirt of the kid in the picture. Number 3 would be the bottom torso where he's wearing the pants. If you buy two then you would have doubles of 1,2, and 3. See my pictures and notice 2 number 2s put together and then number 3 at the bottom. You have to have it this way in order to have ten feet. The platform in my picture is ten foot Fort for my kids. Ten foot from the floor to the ground. You'll have an extra number 1 and a extra number 3. The hole in where the two number 2s hook up does not effect or compromise the structure. It looks okay in my opinion. It you don't want that hole then you might want to get a 5ft and a 7ft. Being that the 6ft slide I think only has an extended number 1. And the 7 ft has and extended number 1 but would also have another turned piece.(center part of the slide that turns.) And that turning piece would eliminate having to put two number 2s together. Hope this helps. Best of luck. Adrian,
The only issue I encountered was one hole seemed to be miss-aligned on the slide base. There are 6 bolts that hold the base on, and 5 out of the 6 lined up fine. The last one was off by about a quarter inch.
All in all, I'm satisfied with the slide. I'm no construction expert, but had little difficulty in assembling the slide by myself.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
When the box arrived it didn't contain any of the hardware. The instructions indicate that the hardware is included and it should amount to over 100 nuts and bolts, 200 washers,... Read morePublished 11 days ago by T. Sharpe
Very hard to put together. The pieces should have been numbered for easier assembly. Some of the holes were drilled wrong. After I finally tweeked it a little it's fine. Read morePublished 17 days ago by cccaaaddd
Buckle up for a serious effort getting this thing assembled and mounted on your structure. The end result is truly remarkable and my kids love it! Read morePublished 21 days ago by ryanvito
Grandkids have a great time on the slide. It's not the strongest I've seen, but plenty good enough for backyard fun for my seven (so far) grandkids. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Bill_OKC
It's a bear to put together but it's exactly what we ordered. Kids love it. Make sure you have a drill at assembly because all the holes don't line up. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Sean R
If you have already read other reviews, two things seem to float to the surface: 1. Children love this...and 2. It is not easy to assemble. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Paul Chenoweth
The slide is perfect for my three year old. Me and daddy have went down it too! A little tight for us, but still makes for a fun time playing with our little girl! Thanks!Published 5 months ago by Amber Nichols
It's a little tough putting it together, but it's very nice all said and done. Kids love it and it seems pretty tough.Published 5 months ago by Scott Neidlinger