Tennis Net Lacing Cord Set. 2- Pieces of 4 mm white polyester braided cord 4' long. 2- Pieces of 3 mm braided polyethylene 15' long.
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Tennis net lacing cord; 2 pieces of 4 mm white polyester braided cord 4’ long and 2 pieces 3 mm braided polyethylene 15’ long. Additional Information Weight
Tennis Net lacing cord package includes 2 qty, 4′ long pieces of 4mm white polyester braided cord and 2 qty, 15′ long pieces of 3mm braided polyethylene Additional information Weight
Tennis Net Lacing Cord Spool 500'. Your Price: $15.00. Add To Cart. Quick View. Tennis Net Lacing Cord Set. Your Price: $3.00. Add To Cart. Quick View. 47' Headband Replacement Cable.
Size: Select 2mm Black Twisted Twine 4mm Black Braided Twine. Select. Size Chart. 2mm or 4mm Net Repair & Lacing Tie Twine in 0.5kg/1kg Spools. 2mm Twisted Twine or 4mm Braided Twine. Full 0.5kg/1kg Spool. Perfect For Making Repairs To Existing Nets. Excellent Twine For Hanging New Netting.
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Specialty Tennis Nets All specialty nets are made with 1-3/4” square mesh 3.0 polyethylene netting. Headband is made from vinyl coated polyester. Vinyl bottom tape and side pockets are polyester based. 4 Year warranty. Center Pipe Anchor (Item # 63428) 1.9” OD Galvanized Steel Lacing Cord (TNLC) (Item # 10338) Tennis net lacing cord; 2 pieces of
Take the other cable loop and hook it onto the pin on the crank assembly and begin winding. Continue to crank the post so that the net is a little over 3' above the surface at the center. Fit dowels/side stakes if available into net side pockets. Install lacing cord at each end by making a 2" knotted loop on one end of the lacing cord.
If dowels were supplied with the tennis net, insert the two dowels into the opening/pockets on each side of the net. 4. Usually one piece of lacing rope is furnished with the net. If so, cut the lacing rope in half. Take one piece of lacing rope and tie an approximately 2” knotted loop at one end.
1. Install the tennis posts and pipe anchor, making sure the anchor is installed flush with the surface and that the pin is parallel to the net line to avoid twisting the center strap. 2. Begin installing your tennis net by connecting the loop end of the net cable to the post cable hook/cleat on the dead end post.