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From upright to inground trampoline
Suppose you have bought an upright Etan Premium trampoline but, you later find out that you still want to excavate it because you find it too high. Or you have taken over a trampoline from someone and you would like a inground trampoline. There is a reasonably easy solution. With the installation kit of Etan Trampolines, you can bury your upright trampoline. This requires you to dig a hole. How to do this? This is explained step by step in the included manual. Still, having trouble figuring it out? That’s no problem. Our customer service is ready for you! Contact us!.