Set of (10) Black 10 LB XTR Power Cord.
Pros and Cons of the XTR Power Cord
Pro: Last longer than the latex loops.
Con: Does not have the same elasticity as the latex loop.
Used for all Bungee systems
Available in (3) lengths:
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BUNGEE POWER CORD WEIGHT CHART
The following table shows how many types power cords should be utilized per side of the harness with these various weights. The weight scale is not critical to the operation. It is only a guideline for the operators.
The chart below indicates that you attach the number of POWER CORDS to each side
Pounds Number of Elastics per side
40lbs ----- 2 Black
60lbs ----- 1 Yellow, 1 Black
80lbs ----- 2 Yellow
100lbs ----- 2 Yellow, 1 Black
120lbs ----- 3 Yellow
140lbs ----- 3 Yellow, 1 Black
160lbs ----- 4 Yellow
180lbs ----- 4 Yellow, 1 Black
200lbs ----- 5 Yellow
220lbs ----- 5 Yellow, 1 Black
NEVER USE LESS THAN 2 POWER CORDS ON EACH SIDE
A copy of this chart should always be posted at each trampoline for quick reference. This chart is meant to be a rough orientation. The number of POWER CORDS needed vary greatly with the individual abilities of the jumper. This effect becomes more pronounced at the upper end of the weight scale as it goes almost unnoticed at the lower weight classes.
Use the higher number of POWER CORDS if jumper is on upper end of weight range and/or if jumper is very dynamic and athletic. - Never use any POWER CORDS that show signs of wear and tear. A jumper who is unable to refrain from swinging back and forth during the jump is attached to the incorrect number of POWER CORDS.