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Swing-N-Slide Playsets

Model PB 8232

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Pine Bluff Play Set (Just Add 4x4's and Slide)

$229.00 /each

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The Swing-N-Slide Pine Bluff Play Set can accommodate up to 6 children and help provide up to 5 play activities for hours of fun. This kit offers fast, convenient assembly with the easy-to-use Rapid-Loc bracket system. The included full-dimensional, pre-cut lumber requires no cutting for easy installation.

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  • Includes lumber, 2 play sets and 4 swing hangers
  • 5 Play activities for up to 6 children
  • 4 Swing hangers help provide base for play sets
  • Slide sold separately
  • 48 in. High deck offers 10 sq. ft. of playing room for children
  • Full-dimensional pine lumber comes pre-cut for convenient assembly
  • Rapid-Loc bracket system for fast and easy assembly
  • Requires six 4 in. x 4 in. x 8 ft. and one 4 in. x 4 in. x 10 ft. lumber lengths (not included) for complete installation
  • 1 - 2 Hours approximate build time
  • Weight capacity of 450 lbs. based on a maximum occupancy of 6 children under the age of 10
  • All Swing-N-Slide products are designed for single family residential use only, the item cannot be shipped to a commercial ship to address or used in a commercial setting.
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Would it be possible to buy a longer top beam so as to accommodate 3 swings instead of just two? Perhaps a 4x4x16 ?

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May 2, 2014
What other supporting modifications would be needed if we got the much longer beam.
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April 14, 2015
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Yes, as long as it's a 4x4 which all the hardware is made to fit. We bought longer pieces for the legs so we could bury the legs further down.
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Janesville, Wisconsin
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July 29, 2014
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If you want to extend the swing beam length to accommodate more swing bays, you will need to place additional "A" frame supports at a min of 10' intervals. You can purchase the additional EZ frame brackets and Hardware and 4x4x8' boards needed from Home Depot. Thank you for your inquiry, I hope this information was useful for you.
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Minneapolis, MN
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May 26, 2014
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Yes, but with only the three A-frames, I wouldn't go much beyond that. With just the 10', it is incredibly sturdy and several people have done a 12'.
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May 7, 2014
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I think the most I would go is the 14 ft beam , you could easily get another swing in with that . If you really wanted to go with a 16 I guess you could I just wouldn't let any adults use it just In case .
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can we buy pre-treated 4x4's or would we need to weather-stain it?

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July 29, 2014
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Thank you for your question regarding the type of wood needed on the 4x4's. We do not recommend buying anything other than pressure treated lumber, or lumber that has been kiln dried such as redwood and cedar. The most common type of pressure treated lumber is Southern Yellow Pine, and it is the most economical choice. Untreated pine used for any of the 4x4's is not recommended. I hope this information Read More
Thank you for your question regarding the type of wood needed on the 4x4's. We do not recommend buying anything other than pressure treated lumber, or lumber that has been kiln dried such as redwood and cedar. The most common type of pressure treated lumber is Southern Yellow Pine, and it is the most economical choice. Untreated pine used for any of the 4x4's is not recommended. I hope this information has been useful for you. Read Less
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We used pressure-treated 4x4s.
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March 21, 2014
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Hello crob,
The 4"x4" post for this kit are sold separately. Buying pressure treated post will last much longer in the elements than non pressure treated. However non-pressure treated post will be much easier to paint or stain to match whatever colors you may want. If using non pressure treated post paint of stain is an absolute requirement since the post will be outside. I hope this helps and I've Read More
Hello crob,
The 4"x4" post for this kit are sold separately. Buying pressure treated post will last much longer in the elements than non pressure treated. However non-pressure treated post will be much easier to paint or stain to match whatever colors you may want. If using non pressure treated post paint of stain is an absolute requirement since the post will be outside. I hope this helps and I've included a link to the lumber section below:
http://www.homedepot.com/b/Lumber-Composites/N-5yc1vZbqpg
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Is the included lumber pre-treated will it need to be stained?

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April 16, 2016
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Pine Bluff Play Set comes with Pressure treated pine that is ready to stain or water seal.
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April 15, 2016
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The lumber is pre-treated.
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The dimensions above seem inaccurate

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The dimensions listed above don't quite make sense. The unit is described as 18' high, which must be wrong because the lumber for each side of the A-frame is only 8' long. Also, the diagram states that there is 13' from 1 A-frame support to the other, and 10' from the climbing wall to the end of the slide, but I think those must be reversed (the lumber spanning the A-frames is 10' long).

Please confirm.
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March 3, 2016
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The dimensions are for the brackets, you will have to add the 4x4 posts yourself.
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March 3, 2016
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Pine Bluff Play Set is 13' W taken from front of slide to back of Rock Wall. 10'L taken from A-frame to A-frame. 8'H taken from ground to top of swing beam. Should allow for 6' area in each direction for a safety area.
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Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 63 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Worth It My kids have been wanting a swing set for a while so I decided to build them one. You can probably buy the wood and hardware and come out cheaper but I cannot confirm. I had been reading all the reviews about folks needing 3 or 4 people to build this so I was worried because I only have myself. With that said, I built this by myself. It would have helped to have a friend though. I didn’t have one of those at the time! The key is to brace the A-frames so they will stand on their own. (See picture) That’s the hardest part (and it’s not really that hard). I have a pneumatic nailer so it made it a little easier. It took me about 8 hours to complete. The box says one hour build….no! Maybe one hour if this was you job and you did it every day. I went with the 4x4x12 to add monkey bars in the middle. Holds up quite well. Very strong and not wobbly at all. I used the 2 ½” screws that were included. April 16, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by really good and sturdy but change out the screws This set is just what I wanted: simple, sturdy and fun. I am really happy with it. That said: we had two problems. 1) the wood screws that came with the set had a star-shaped top, and the bits that came with it failed pretty quickly. We ended up going out to get a box of philips head wood screws. I wish we had done it first thing; it made things go much better. Problem 2) the instructions were primarily just pictures and we amateurs managed to install the top plates backwards, with the flange folding over the 4 x 4s, instead of facing out to anchor the top (12 foot) 4x4. We had to take them out to reverse them, which was a pain, due to the star-shaped screws and the failed bits. All's well that ends well, however, and our grandsons (2 and 4) love the play set. I am glad I went for the 12 foot top piece, instead of the 10 foot. Just makes it all a little more spacious. May 1, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Very good swing set! Great swing set. My son loves it. I definitely recommend a 12 x 4 x 4 for the cross beam over the 8 x 4 x 4 to create room for a 3rd swing. The wood that came with the set was, for the most part, fine but there were a couple of pieces that needed repair with some wood putty. There is no way someone is going to put his together in 1 hour. It took me and 3 buddies about 6 hours to do granted we had to run to Home Depot for a couple of extra supplies In the middle. Despite these minor issues, the set came together very well and leaves some room for your imagination to add. August 2, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Solid Playset My wife and I searched for a solid playset that wasn't outrageously expensive for a few weeks. I wanted to make sure the wood was going to last and was going to be strong enough to support our kids as they grew older. I found this set at Home Depot and after purchasing the slide and wood, I spent about $415. I wish I would have read the reviews and used a 4x12 as opposed to the 4x10 it called for. Would have given us the option to add a bar or another swing. The set took me about 5 hours to set up by myself. I would recommend having two drills, one for drilling and one for screws, it made things flow a little smoother. The most frustrating part was the main beam. A couple of the holes didn't quite match up with the brackets. Make sure you measure very carefully and if the holes don't match, mark the hole from the bottom, take the problem brackets off and drill a new hole. This unit is strong and I'm confident my kids are going to enjoy it for years to come. Chris August 11, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Charles. S Excellent swing set. Very stable set. I had a professional put it together since I'm not well. Said all parts were in the box. Very strong and safe swing July 15, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Swingset This is a great swing set! One suggestion, we added two more 2x4's on each side of the platform so our son couldn't fall through the side. That was my only worry. It's a very sturdy swing set which will last for a long time. My son loves it! April 30, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Swing Set for Grandparents House We did not want to spend $2000 on a swing set for our grandchildren at our home. This product is just what I was looking for. Very affordable! We have a very shady backyard so no need for fancy canopy. My husband and I put it together in about 6 hours. Instructions were written very well and very easy to follow. No missing parts, no missing screws! Lumber comes precut - we suggest you measure each precut piece of wood to be sure you have chosen the correct piece according to the instructions. We did purchase a 4x4x 12 beam for the swings to hang on so they would be pleasantly spaced apart- but if you do this you have to refigure the inches- spacing accordingly. Also note-- you have to purchase the slide separately. Over all we are very happy with this set and so are our two grandchildren-- ages 21 months and 2 1/2 years April 9, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by We LOVE this swing set! We really love how the 4x4s make this a very sturdy swing set. That was the main selling point for me and my husband. A lot of our neighbors have the giant multi-level play set but I really just wanted something simple, sturdy, and nice looking for my 4 year old twins. This set is just that. We did a 12ft board instead of 10ft and put a hanging trapeze bar in the center of the two swings. We kept the dimensions from each side the same for the swings and then centered the trapeze bar with the remaining center room. It is plenty of room to swing. It is so sturdy that both myself and my 6ft 190lb husband have both swung on it and we haven't even anchored it yet. We did spend a bit more and got the upgraded slide. Make sure you clean out the holes well on the main beam after drilling. We put the full set together before drilling for the swings like previous reviewers stated and that worked well. We also sorted out all the parts into labeled baggies the night before to make it a smoother assemble. It took two men and a 3rd helper (for mostly holding purposes) about 5 hours to put it together. We used both 3.5inch deck screws where we could and the screws that came with it. It all went fairly smoothly. July 16, 2015
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