just bought a 15' jumpking and since i'm only ten lbs under the recommended weight limit (200 lbs) i touch the ground every once in a while....i remember a post a while back about crossing springs (X X X) or alternating them (/\/\/\). should i buy a another set of springs and have two sets on at once or just jump a whole lot until i lose a bunch of weight
dspin7x you fucking god damn motherfuckin piece of goddamn fuckin shit bastard it took me so fucking long to cross those fucking springs, then it took me six bounces before my fucking feet slammed into the fucking ground. now i'm in the fucking process of taking the fucking springs off which is ten times harder than putting them on and my mat is all stretched out and half my mat loops got snagged in the fucking metal rings and most of those wont go back to fucking normal.
its not my fault youre a fucking fat ass man, without my springs crossed i never hit bottom, and with them crossed i sure as hell never did. And i dont care what you say crossing the springs gives you more bounce ask anyone on the site thats done it.
And another thing, ya its hard work to cross the springs but dont be such a little puss about it man. My 14 year old brother crossed our springs the second time i had to do it. Get your finger out of your vagina
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i'm just gonna get a second set of springs anyway....i thought it was clear that i was a fat ass and i was already hitting the ground.....and you're right i did get higher.....which mean i got lower as well.....my fuckin ankle hurts
oh and my springs are brand fucking new which makes them sort of hard to stretch out.....the only thing that really sucks is that i can't get some of the d-ring to go back into the mat loopscuz the corners got pulled so hard
if you buy new springs you might as well buy an entire new tramp....the springs aren't the only thing that make you go higher!!...the bed itself loosen ups therefor making it harder to go higher....hense how ross beds make you go higher with alot less effort...the material used to make the bed stays tighter longer :-)