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then lay the backboard face down. Lay the mounting brackets on top of
the backboard so the mounting screws of the backboard go through the
mounting holes of the brackets. Tighten the screws with a wrench.Insert the adjustment hardware between the brackets and insert the
screws connecting to the brackets to the adjustment hardware, then add a
nut to the screw and tighten with a wrench. These screws will be
inserted horizontally through the brackets into the adjustment hardware.
The adjustment hardware allows you to adjust the height of your
Line up the holes of the rim to the holes of the backboard and install
the rim screws through the rim into the backboard and secure them with a
nut. Tighten the nut with a wrench. Thread the nut through the wire
holes of the rim.
Assemble the pole. Dig a hole with a shovel where you want to install
the basketball hoop. For the exact size of the hole, you will need to
consult the directions on your Huffy basketball hoop. To achieve the
regulation height of 10 feet, this step strongly depends on the size of
the particular basketball pole and a specific measuring depth. Measure
the hole with a tape measure for accuracy. Mix a bag of cement in a
wheelbarrow with water. Consult the directions on the cement bag for
exact mixing instructions.
Place the pole in the hole and shovel in the cement. Allow the cement to dry.
Use a ladder to reach up and connect the mounting arms to the mounting
brackets and then to the top piece of the basketball pole. Each of
mounting arms has a hole at the end that you need to line up to the
mounting bracket and secure with a screw, add a nut and tighten with a
Line up the holes at the end of the two top arms to the top holes of the
top of the basketball pole. Insert the long screw through the holes of
the arms and pole, secure it with a nut and tighten it with a wrench.
Install the bottom arms to the lower holes of the basketball pole.
I hope the above helps…..Good luck.
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