Spalding 8406S Universal Mounting Bracket
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- Adapts backboards to 3.5-inch round poles, roof or wall; holds backboard at fixed height; 10-inch of offset from pole/wall; backboard not included
- Adapts backboards to 3.5-inch diameter pole, roof, or flat surface
- 5-year limited warranty
- Supports All Huffy Sports and Most Spalding Residential Backboards Up to 48-Inches
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Adapts backboards to 3.5-inch round poles, roof or wall; holds backboard at fixed height; 10-inch of offset from pole/wall; backboard not included
Place a backboard and hoop just about anywhere with the Huffy 8406 Mounting Bracket for use with all Huffy basketball backboards. It provides a fixed height basketball system that can mount to a 3.5-inch round pole, wall, or roof.
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1.) Universal is a very loose term here. If you have excellent spatial intelligence you MAY be able to figure out ways to mount your backboard to your pole after several hours of trying various things. When you do see the solution it will be less than ideal. I had supplement my own parts to make my backboard fit in the end.
2.) There are not enough parts or bolts to do what you likely need to do. You may have to buy another mount set to get more of the parts you need or do what I did and find parts in your garage and from the original backboard mount you had.
POOR POOR value for what you get.
1. The angle brace which goes between the top and bottom supports is too long - I had to cut it down and drill a second hole so the supports would be square when attached to the backboard;
2. The illustrations in the bracket manual and the backboard manual for how the supports mounted to the backboard differed slightly - I chose to use the configuration in the bracket manual.
I recommend that you test fit everything, including any mounting hardware for the rim. I had to bend one edge of the lower supports slightly to get the nut aligned properly with the mounting hole. Also, getting the backboard mounted to the supports is definitely a 2 person job. If you are willing to and capable of making the necessary adjustments and modifications, you should be satisfied as it does appear to be an adequate mount.