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Swing-N-Slide Pioneer Custom DIY Play Set Hardware Kit (wood not included) Beige

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Description

  • Kit includes fully illustrated plans, (2) swing seats, (1) ring/trapeze combo swing, (3 pairs) swing Hangers, (6) EZ frame brackets
  • Wood and slide not included- must purchase separately
  • Purchase additional accessories to further customize your swing set
  • Lumber required (not included): (2) 2x4x96, (1) 2x4x120, (1) 2x6x96, (2) 2x6x120, (2) 2x6x144, (6) 4x4x96, and (1) 4x6x192 or (2) 2x6x192
  • Meets and/or exceeds ASTM safety standards for backyard residential use only

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Customer Reviews

Great set! Sturdier than more-expensive alternatives! Good-looking, too!This should have a 5 star rating, but I took one off because a hanger guard (little useless metal plate) was missing and the instructions could have been a little more detailed. All in all, though, this is a great set of hardware, definitely worth the investment. It looks wimpy in the stock pictures, but man, this thing looks (and weighs!) like a Mac truck compared to those lousy prefab sets from big warehouse stores.Tips and details:- lumber cost was $320 with $80 to have it delivered from the Big Orange.- I mostly got cedar due to concerns with kids chewing on pressure treated wood (although arsenic is no longer used in pressure treated wood) and leaching into my yard. Plus I like the look of cedar. You're not a bad parent if you get pressure treated.- I got a 4x6 pressure treated 16' cross beam. The wood doesn't match, but they didn't have long enough cedar 4x6's (even by special order) and 2 cedar 2x6's would mean more work (and twice as much $$$ as the pressure treated 4x6). I figured it's off the ground, would rarely be touched by kids, and the color difference isn't too wonky...- The Big Orange folks at the pro desk are very helpful, I just handed them the instruction manual and they ordered all the lumber and arranged delivery. The 16' 4x6 took about a week to come in by special order. I got delivery mostly because I didn't want to heft that thing around. Not to mention how uncool/unsafe I'd look with 11' of tree-trunk-sized lumber sticking out of the back of a pickup.- the instructions call for 1 2x6x8' and 2 2x6x10's. Those can be reversed to save a few bucks, as you cut 3' off a 10-footer. Although it's always nice to have scrap if you screw up... I definitely wouldn't know from experience though...- the instructions also call for 3 lbs of 2.5" and 2 lbs of 3" screws. I got 4 lbs of 3" screws and that was all I needed. I would recommend good-quality screws, double-dipped to avoid corrosion. You will be drilling and screwing A LOT (ahem..), so spending a little extra $$$ here will help with assembly time and overall longevity and sturdiness. Screws cost about 25 bucks (Do It Best).- a 6" long 5/8" drill bit cost about 8 bucks, as did the 1-1/8" spade bit from the local hardware store (Do It Best).- I found a slide a neighbor was throwing out. Saved me about 100 bucks.- the useless metal guards that they gave me one less of than they should've? Yeah, those go perpendicular to the cross-beam (in terms of their long axes). Not parallel. Woops. Too late, and not worth the energy to fix.- if you want to hang something on the end, you'll need to buy an extra hanger set (8 bucks on Amazon).- I MAY get the extra outside brackets. There's just a slight lateral wobble, but it's barely noticeable now. If it gets worse, I'll splurge for those brackets. Always nice to keep an option in the back pocket.- all in all, start to finish took about 6 hours. I worked on it alone, but it'd help save your back to have a helper. Those A-frames get HEAVY.- I found it easiest to lay out an A-frame, screw the bracket on, then lay the next 4x4s on top of the one I just assembled to use as sort of a template. Worked like a charm.- Total cost came to about $540. Worth every penny. This is sturdier and cheaper than most of the lowest end sets available. It's customizable and you can build on it and add to it over the years. Plus, it's such a great feeling to build it yourself! 4Great set with some caveatsOrganizing this from two standpoints: construction and finished product.On construction:- We ended up spending about $350 on pressure-treated wood at Lowe's, not delivered. You'll obviously want a truck for this or have the wood delivered. It has some very heavy, long pieces so you will want two people to carry. I think most big box stores deliver with advance notice.- You need an extra large drill bit- check the instructions, can't remember what it is (I admittedly only helped with construction)! Be aware of this to avoid an extra trip to the hardware store.- The quality of the hardware my husband felt was ok- not awesome, not terrible, certainly better than pre-packaged sets.- Construction with a skilled handyman and an intermittent helper took about 8 hours total. This included a slide that is not part of the original package.Finished product/aesthetics and sturdiness:- Its very sturdy.- It does NOT come with a whole lot out of swing equipment of the box- just swings and a ring hanger thing. You will If you're into aesthetics go with a blue slide versus a yellow as the equipment is green and blue.- Theres an extra length of wood at the end that makes the set look unfinished. We will probably put a disc seat or a climbing net there; I'm sure you could put another swing or a tower. 4Use carriage bolts to hold the deck up.Im fairly happy with this kit. It does wobble a little side to side but I haven't put the anchor pieces in yet. I also made it 2ft higher by using 10ft 4x4s rather then 8ft ones. This also raised the deck by two feet and I had to add two more ladder boards. I would suggest doing what we did and getting 4 half inch by 6 inch carriage bolts to bolt the deck to the A frames rather then just relying on the screws. After all, kid safety is first as there moto is. 5Do it your self.Product that shows up overall was satisfactory. Some of the cover plates were not the right style, but still covered the counter bore holes. This is mostly for those that don't find themselves as the best do it your self kind of people. You will need to buy an extended length 5/16 drill. (6 inch) When you drill the holes for the legs, wait until you are ready to stand it up. Depending on the wood and how straight you can drill. The drill bit tends to walk off a little and the holes don't line up exactly were they need to go. The hole for the swings and rings wont matter if they are off a little. Also if you need to transport the lumber if you don't have a large vehicle. This could cost extra. We used treated 4x6x16" and cedar for the rest. Lumber, screws and drill bit added up to about $200.(free delivery) But this thing will last for years. It's a lot easier with some extra hands. 5Great product! Saves money if you're slightly handyThis was a great product. I was able to put it together in a day, including gathering the necessary lumber and hardware . My only complaint is that I wish they were more clear in the "tools required" part of the directions, and listed that you would need an additional 2 pounds of screws. Directions also state that you can use 2 2"x6"x16' boards and laminate them for the main beam. I used and would recommend spending a little extra time to find the full 4"x6"x16', as the bolts would go right through where the 2 boards are laminated. I just feel this would weaken the support.Otherwise great, and I flipped it to build the platform on the opposite side as stated in the directions, due to how I was setting it up. This was do easy to do! I highly recommend it ! 5Installation tipsThis is a sturdy play set and should do well with smaller children. It would benefit from having the "EZ Frame R/L Brace" hardware (see below) for extra lateral stability. Those braces and required bolts will probably add $60-75 to the cost. My total cost for this project was $600 (without the braces) $180 for kit and slide, $320 for wood and another $100 for hardware and two drill bits.EZ Frame R/L Brace (pair)The instructions were clear and easy to understand and the time estimate was good. I spent about 2 hours cutting the wood, another 2 or so assembling the A-frames & deck, 2 hours drilling the beam and an hour fastening the beam to the A-Frames.I used both a circular saw and a table saw, but it might have been worth paying a buck a cut at the lumber yard's radial arm saw to get all the 2x6's cut exactly the same. For assembly, I used no nails - 2 lbs of 2 1/2" and 2 lbs of 3" SS deck screws did the trick with plenty of leftovers. 3" screws for wood-to-wood joints and 2 1/2" for metal-to-wood.I purchased treated Douglas Fir, non-incised decking by Elite Decking. Here in the Pacific NW, the wood cost just a bit over $300. Definitely go with the 4x6 beam. I omitted one of the 2x4's used for side stakes and purchased 3/4" x 18" steel stakes at Home Depot. If you have hard soil, you will never get anything else into the ground as anchors. I put four 5/16" SS Eye screws at the outer A-frame inside corners and drove the stakes through them at an inward 45 degree angle.The bolts and hangers are easy to cross-thread, be careful.Assembly tricks that helped:1) After assembling the first A-Frame & 72" cross member, use it as a guide for assembling the other two. Stack the 4x4's on the assembled frame to make it easy to align the brackets.2) Use a scrap of 2x6 to make sure the second bracket on each A-frame is parallel to the first, otherwise the beam might not rest firmly on all the frame brackets.3) Fasten the cross members to each A-frame to stiffen it before moving it around.4) Before drilling the 4x6 beam. Assemble the deck to the A-frames, with all rails and steps - THEN measure the distance between the mounting holes for the beam. In my case, there was a difference that would have complicated attachment of the beam.5) I used an alignment tool like the one below on my drill to insure that all the holes in the beam were perpendicular. It made beam attachment a piece of cake - everything lined up exactly. I drilled as deep as I could with a 5/16" wood bit and finished the holes with an 18" twist drill.Wolfcraft 4525404 Drill Guide Attachment for 1/4-Inch or 3/8-Inch Drills6) After all the drilling was completed, I treated all the holes and cut edges of wood with "Copper-Green Brown" wood preservative.7. I fastened all the beam covers in place with one screw, drilled pilot holes for the others to make it easy and quick to fasten them in place after bolting the beam in place.8) Instead of bolting an A-frame to the beam and lifting it onto the deck assembly, and friend and I rested the beam on an 8 foot ladder and the deck assembly. I installed one bolt (without nut) through the outside deck A-frame, then lined up the single A-frame with both bolts and shifted it until the inner A-frame was in line. This avoided torque on the top brackets that might have occurred when trying to lift an A-frame and beam assembly. 4It's OK but the price is a tad bit high for the finished project.Ok...so you are looking for a swing set and see this puppy for $69 or so dollars and think...Wow, that's cheap. Well, think about this. 1) the slide does not come with the swing set...you get to pay more for that later, and 2) All that wood, well that's extra too!. So my cost was around $69 for the basic swing seats, chains and hooks, $175 for the wood, $12 for a bucket of 3 inch screws, $24 for two sets of stabilizing brackets (highly recommended) and $0 for a slide....I ran out of money and opted to not put a slide in. Instead, I created a lower deck and left it for a play house/platform. You won't need to stake this thing down because it is so heavy. Best part of the experience was when the granddaughter ran outside and seeing for the first time said with a stutter "Amazing". Not bad for a 3 year old. Make sure you have someone to help you lift, screw and bolt the project together. I also recommend drilling and counterboring the main beam and installing the swing hooks before you put it all together. 3Great Sturdy ProductEasy to put together and everything is there that you need. The only things preventing a 4 was that I wish it was a little taller for a little more swing radius for adults and headroom on the platform from the beam. I will also probably be switching out the swings and bar with something else very shortly. They get the job done, but aren't too exciting.I used cedar except for the big beam which made it a bit more expensive but it looks pretty nice. 4Great swing kit!This was purchased as a birthday gift. For the price it is a wonderful set, and because it's able to be customized it makes for a much nicer set than the $99 A frame two swing kit from Home Depot.Things to Know: We purchased the lumber the night before we started the project and then cut everything ourselves the day of assembly. The biggest complaints about this set are that it does not come with the 2 1/2" and 3" screws needed to assemble the decking and frame (and it is not mentioned on the page for the lumber required) so we didn't find out about this until after we had started cutting the boards. Also, at least at our local Home Depot, they do not readily carry the 4x6x16 top beam but do have the 2x6x16 beams available for lamination (attaching the boards together with screws per instructions.) Because we were not aware of this before purchasing the lumber, we did do the 2x6x16's which so far has been perfectly sturdy even when there are two adults swinging. A heavy duty drill will be needed, there's a lot of drilling and screwing needed for this project and a little 9-12v home drill won't cut it. This project did end up taking one person about 12 hours to complete, and from the looks of the instructions a second person is really only needed for putting the pieces upright. I recommend putting this together in the place you'll be using it, it is not something you want to be moving as it is really heavy. Finally, one of the boards is supposed to be used as stakes to hold the swing on the ground. Even though we assembled this set after a solid week of rain, there was no way 2x4's were going into the ground as stakes. We bought some large eye bolts and some railroad ties to stake the set to the ground which are working just fine. 5Best value for the money, assemble in an afternoonI'll start by saying that we've built one of the kits that include wood and hardware before. We paid a LOT for that kit. It was flimsy and poor quality. Within 2 years the wood was cracked and the entire swing set creaked when even my 2 year old was swinging. The all inclusive kits are not worth the price tag.This thing is built like a tank. My 8.5 year old swings as high as he can and it doesn't move. It's extremely sturdy. The instructions were pretty well written and it was less frustrating to put together than the all inclusive kits. Cutting the wood was time consuming, but from start to finish it took two of us four hours to complete. You could assemble this solo but it's much easier with an extra pair of hands.Not pictured is a rope swing we ordered to place on the other side of the slide. My 3.5 year old also wanted a rock wall, so we modified the slide's ladder to include one. I'll either be painting or clear coating the wood to seal it, too.As for the cost:This kit: $75.00Lumber and hardware: approx. $200.00 (We went to a building supply company which was a fraction of the cost of the big box stores)Rope swing: $18.00Climbing rocks: $25.00Slide: free secondhandPaint/clear coat: free, leftover from other projectsTotal: $318.00Most importantly, the kids love it! Anything that gets them outside is worth the time and money in my book. 5
Swing-N-Slide Pioneer Custom DIY Play Set Hardware Kit (wood not included) Beige

Swing-N-Slide Pioneer Custom DIY Play Set Hardware Kit (wood not included) Beige

4.2
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
HK$ 2,903.00
Sale price
HK$ 2,903.00
Regular price
HK$ 4,798.00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 39% (HK$ 1,895.00)