|Color/Finish||Green||Features||Rust Resistant, UV Resistant|
|Hardware Type||Brackets||Mounting||Surface Mounted|
|Certifications and Listings||ASTM Compliant||Manufacturer Warranty||Swing-N-Slide warrants all of its Play Set kits and accessories to be free from defects in workmanship and materials, under normal use and conditions, for a period of 5 years|
A: Yes. The top angle is to fit 2 4x4s within the profile of the single 4x4 riding perpendicular above it. The second angle cut is for the 4x4 to rest on end even with the ground. If you are constructing on dirt neither of these cuts need to be exact. Enjoy your build!
A: I found that it did not need to be cut because I used another bracket that joins the 4x4 s together and attaches to the swing beam.
A: No, they do not. EZ Frame Brackets have the angle so the wood does not need to be cut.
A: Not necessarily, it depends on how you are using them. I did not trim mine-the ends are supported by the legs. I did trim the legs to fit my design.
A: No, the top fits into the bracket perfectly and the bottoms are already angled so they dig in a little plus the weight helps them sink into the ground.
A: Any exterior lag screw whose gauge will fit thru the hole will do. Choose a length of at least 2 1/2”
A: I made my own brackets. These are too flimsy to support a playset that uses 4x4s and 4x6s.
A: Yes, it can be used with pressure treated wood.
A: It is. If you ratchet down to tight you may bite into the wood but the pressure treated we definitely hold up better in the elements.
A: I build a swing set two years ago using them with PT lumber. They seem to be doing fine so far.
A: It is two pieces, not two complete sets.
A: EZ Frame Braces are always packed in a pair, 1 left and 1 right.
A: This was 1 set of 2 pieces. I used them on opposite ends of the swing set and it seemed to stabilize it well enough.
A: This listing is for a set.