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Heavy Bag Shock Spring Coil

Heavy Bag Shock Spring Coil

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    Designed to work in conjunction with the Heavy Bag Wood Beam Attachment or the Heavy Bag I-Beam Attachment the Shock Spring Coil mounts quickly and easily onto either attachment and safely holds up to three hundred pounds. Made with heavy-duty steel the Shock Spring Coils is made to last.

  • Steel gauge
  • 4" long
  • Can support 300lbs.
  • Works great with the Heavy Bag I-beam attachment and the Heavy Bag Wood beam Attachment

  • sku: #bx-ac-30


    Is the coil supposed to be attached directly to the mount or is there supposed to be the chain from the mount-then the coil-then the dividing chains to the bag? This will be hanging in my garage so I have about seven feet from the top of the bag to the ceiling.  
    by: Jim   
    3/25/2010 8:10:57 AM
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    Although I believe both ways would work, the more traditional route is mount-to-chain, chain-to-springcoil, springcoil-to-dividedchain.
    by: TMArtist     
    3/26/2010 1:27:42 PM
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    1. What kind of mount or hanger should I use?

      The kind of wall mount or ceiling hanger that is right for you will greatly depend on the location and structure you wish to hang it up on. Many homes are constructed with wooden beams that are covered by drywall. If you have one of these typical homes then you will need a wooden beam ceiling hanger.
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