No, unfortunately. Shop around online with these terms "shed anchors install with cordless drill"--and you should find a very good type that you can adhere to the wooden legs and drive into the ground with a power tool. Hope that helps.
This comes with everything in the picture, except for the lumber. You can add a tire swing only if you are willing to install one of the two included swings, pictured above.
No, but a complete list if needed lumber items is included. Be careful not to overlook the 2x4 that is needed.
Of course, a flat space is the most ideal, desirable location in order for the swings to stay on track without the swings coming together on the up-swing/down-swing. However a slight incline would work.
Each swing has a capacity of 70 pounds .
I used a longer beam for mine....have 3 swings, was simple to do and it is very sturdy. im not sure what size I went with, I think I did 10 feet and got 3 swings.....some math will sort that out, but sturdy and works great.
You will have to change out the hardware. There is a 115 lb weight limit, so that means new quick links, chain and swing hook in the beam.
I wouldn’t recommend hanging four swings. Even if the beam is extended to 12 feet, there will not be enough room for four swings to be used at the same time. I extended the beam to 12 feet and have just enough room for three swings. See photo. If you need four swings, then use two kits built side by side. You’ll have the support legs in between but otherwise it will be four swings with plenty of support in the cross beam and plenty of room for the swings to all be used at the same time.
I think you could probably do exactly as you're saying. I think you would also have to consider a stronger anchoring system since the higher swing set would also be more of a tipping hazard.
No. You will have to counter sink the hole at the top.