Bison Basketball Fail-Safe Structure Catch. Protect your players, fans and equipment. Fail-Safe structure catch insures against failure of wall or ceiling mounting structure attachment. Helps keep structure from falling to floor or into seating. Recommended in NCAA Rules Book. Works on side fold, swing-up and stationary structures including wall mount and ceiling mount.
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Protect your players, fans and equipment
Fail-Safe structure catch insures against failure of wall or ceiling mounting structure attachment
Helps keep structure from falling to floor or into seating
Recommended in NCAA Rules Book
Provided with 3 1/2" pipe clamps for easy installation
Works on side fold, swing-up and stationary structures including wall mount and ceiling mount
Add confidence to older structures installed prior to todays aggressive slam dunk action
Tested to 1500# free-fall capacity
High strength 2 1/2" wide polyester webbing Designed to take advantage of both inertial and centrifugal force
35' effective maximum strap length
Bison Ten-year limited warranty
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R. WHARTON (Oregon) on April 12, 2014