Installing a full in-ground system is a multi-step, multi-day process. The first day involves digging the hole and installing the concrete, followed by 3 days for the concrete to cure, and then final assembly of the goal.
Mix concrete (around 100 lbs. (45.4 kg)) and fill pole 1” – 2” (2.54 – 5.0 cm) below bottom elevator hole on top pole section. 4. Bend back exposed top flange sections of the secured ground sleeve. After the concrete has cured, remove the tape, install pole cap and clamp cover, fit pole assembly into the sleeve.
Installing an in-ground basketball hoop can also take a lot of tools and specialized equipment. Digging a hole large enough for the basketball hoop post is not easy to do by hand, and if you don’t have an auger or backhoe, you may need to rent equipment to complete the task.
There are two types of anchors used in in-ground basketball hoops: the threaded j-bolt and the hinge anchor system. The latter is easier to install. With a j-bolt anchor system, you will have to lift the pole above the anchor, position it rightly, and then bolt it down to the j-bolt anchor.
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