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Baseball Batting Cage Net & Frame Kit #36 Nylon Uses 3/4″ EMT Bought Locally

Product Description

Free shipping on all Wheelhouse Batting Cages.

Wheelhouse Batting Cages come in four sizes: 40′, 50′, 60′, or 70′.

 

Specifications:  Our trapezoidal batting cages measure 10’ tall, 10’ wide on top, and 14’ wide on bottom. All Wheelhouse batting cages come with a complete L-screen, 7′ wide by 6.5′ tall, and a 3′ by 3.5′ cutout. Everything you need to start swinging is included, except the 10′ frame poles which you buy locally.  We only use knotted nylon netting.  It is made from high-tenacity nylon and is treated for UV and water resistant for optimum strength and durability.  We do not use poly net or HDPE.  Poly net is weaker by about 30-50%.

What you get: 

  • Net – #36 knotted nylon netting.  It has a 380 pound burst strength per strand or 1520 pounds per mesh.  Mostly used by high school, college, or professional players.
  • Frame Connectors – these connectors are included.
  • Complete L-screen – net,  connectors, and poles are all included.

Choose from four sizes:  Choose the right size batting cage for your situation.

  • 40′ (requires 23 poles) – for younger players and/or small yards
  • 50′ (requires 28 poles) – good for all ages, most popular
  • 60′ (requires 33 poles) – most versatile
  • 70′ (requires 38 poles) – best for live hitting with live pitching

What you need to buy: You need to buy the frame poles locally.  These are 3/4″ EMT (electrical metallic tubing, trade name is “thin wall.”  They are standard 10′ long and are readily available at places like Lowe’s or Home Depot.  They are fairly inexpensive.  As of 9/12/2014, they run about $3.87 per pole.

Easy Installation:  When you order a Wheelhouse Batting Cage, we normally ship within a day so you can be hitting in your backyard within a week. Our cages are easy to assemble and portable.  They can be put up in as little as 15 minutes. Take them on the road for your travel team or to a tournament for extra batting practice.  Our batting cages are flexible and fit odd shaped yards, including uneven ground.  They can be used indoors too.  You can always make the cage shorter, just not longer.

- See more at: http://www.cagesplus.com/product/batting-cages-36-netting/#sthash.s1IfogI8.dpuf
Batting Cage Net & Frame Kit Wheelhouse #36 Knotted Nylon With L Screen NEW!

Wheelhouse Batting Cages come in four sizes: 40′, 50′, 60′, or 70′.

 

Specifications: Our trapezoidal batting cages measure 10’ tall, 10’ wide on top, and 14’ wide on bottom. All Wheelhouse batting cages come with a complete L-screen, 7′ wide by 6.5′ tall, and a 3′ by 3.5′ cutout. Everything you need to start swinging is included, except the 10′ frame poles which you buy locally. We only use knotted nylon netting. It is made from high-tenacity nylon and is treated for UV and water resistant for optimum strength and durability. Please message or call with any questions..

What you get:

  • Net – #36 knotted nylon netting. It has a 380 pound burst strength per strand or 1520 pounds per mesh. Mostly used by high school, college, or professional players.
  • Frame Connectors – these connectors are included.
  • Complete L-screen – net, connectors, and poles are all included.

Choose from four sizes: Choose the right size batting cage for your situation.

  • 40′ (requires 23 poles) – for younger players and/or small yards
  • 50′ (requires 28 poles) – good for all ages, most popular
  • 60′ (requires 33 poles) – most versatile
  • 70′ (requires 38 poles) – best for live hitting with live pitching

What you need to buy: You need to buy the frame poles locally. These are 3/4″ EMT (electrical metallic tubing, trade name is “thin wall.” They are standard 10′ long and are readily available at places like Lowe’s or Home Depot. They are fairly inexpensive. As of 9/12/2014, they run about $3.87 per pole.

Easy Installation: When you order a Wheelhouse Batting Cage, we normally ship within a day so you can be hitting in your backyard within a week. Our cages are easy to assemble and portable. They can be put up in as little as 15 minutes. Take them on the road for your travel team or to a tournament for extra batting practice. Our batting cages are flexible and fit odd shaped yards, including uneven ground. They can be used indoors too. You can always make the cage shorter, just not longer.

What we send you

BoxThe box will contain the cage netting, cage connectors, L-screen netting, L-screen connectors, L-screen poles, extra twine, packing slip, copy of your invoice, and assembly instructions. You will receive one box approximately 42″ long by 17″ wide by 17″ tall. The box will weigh between 80 and 150 pounds, depending on length of cage (40′, 50′, 60′, 70′) and gauge of twine (#21 or #36).

What you have to buy

EmtYou will have to buy the 10′ poles for the frame. UPS only ships up to 9′ and the frame poles are 10′ long. Shipping the poles would add hundreds of dollars to the shipping cost. These steel galvanized poles are 3/4″ EMT (electrical metallic tubing), standard electrical conduit. The trade name is “thin wall” and they are readily available at Lowe’s or Home Depot.

Again they are fairly inexpensive. As of 9/12/2014, they run about $3.87 per pole.

If you have any questions feel free to message us or call 602-403-6138

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We hope you enjoy this listing. Finally an easy way to get a quality net and have a way to instantly build a frame and start practicing right at home.. A great batting cage solution.

 

This item ships to US Mainland Only. No Exceptions. 

Shipping- The net systems ship within 1-3 days of purchase. You must supply a physical address for shipping. No PO Boxes. We only ship this item to US mainland

 

 


What we send you

BoxThe box will contain the cage netting, cage connectors, L-screen netting, L-screen connectors, L-screen poles, extra twine, packing slip, copy of your invoice, and assembly instructions. You will receive one box approximately 42″ long by 17″ wide by 17″ tall.  The box will weigh between 80 and 150 pounds, depending on length of cage (40′, 50′, 60′, 70′) and gauge of twine (#21 or #36).

 
What you have to buy

EmtYou will have to buy the 10′ poles for the frame. UPS only ships up to 9′ and the frame poles are 10′ long.  Shipping the poles would add hundreds of dollars to the shipping cost. These steel galvanized poles are 3/4″ EMT (electrical metallic tubing), standard electrical conduit. The trade name is “thin wall” and they are readily available at Lowe’s or Home Depot.

 

- See more at: http://www.cagesplus.com/batting-cage-details/#sthash.bPdTzl4Y.dpuf

Wheelhouse Batting Cages come in four sizes: 40′, 50′, 60′, or 70′.

 

Specifications:  Our trapezoidal batting cages measure 10’ tall, 10’ wide on top, and 14’ wide on bottom. All Wheelhouse batting cages come with a complete L-screen, 7′ wide by 6.5′ tall, and a 3′ by 3.5′ cutout. Everything you need to start swinging is included, except the 10′ frame poles which you buy locally.  We only use knotted nylon netting.  It is made from high-tenacity nylon and is treated for UV and water resistant for optimum strength and durability.  We do not use poly net or HDPE.  Poly net is weaker by about 30-50%.

What you get: 

  • Net – #36 knotted nylon netting.  It has a 380 pound burst strength per strand or 1520 pounds per mesh.  Mostly used by high school, college, or professional players.
  • Frame Connectors – these connectors are included.
  • Complete L-screen – net,  connectors, and poles are all included.

Choose from four sizes:  Choose the right size batting cage for your situation.

  • 40′ (requires 23 poles) – for younger players and/or small yards
  • 50′ (requires 28 poles) – good for all ages, most popular
  • 60′ (requires 33 poles) – most versatile
  • 70′ (requires 38 poles) – best for live hitting with live pitching

What you need to buy: You need to buy the frame poles locally.  These are 3/4″ EMT (electrical metallic tubing, trade name is “thin wall.”  They are standard 10′ long and are readily available at places like Lowe’s or Home Depot.  They are fairly inexpensive.  As of 9/12/2014, they run about $3.87 per pole.

Easy Installation:  When you order a Wheelhouse Batting Cage, we normally ship within a day so you can be hitting in your backyard within a week. Our cages are easy to assemble and portable.  They can be put up in as little as 15 minutes. Take them on the road for your travel team or to a tournament for extra batting practice.  Our batting cages are flexible and fit odd shaped yards, including uneven ground.  They can be used indoors too.  You can always make the cage shorter, just not longer.

- See more at: http://www.cagesplus.com/product/batting-cages-36-netting/#sthash.s1IfogI8.dpuf

Product Description

Free shipping on all Wheelhouse Batting Cages.

Wheelhouse Batting Cages come in four sizes: 40′, 50′, 60′, or 70′.

 

Specifications:  Our trapezoidal batting cages measure 10’ tall, 10’ wide on top, and 14’ wide on bottom. All Wheelhouse batting cages come with a complete L-screen, 7′ wide by 6.5′ tall, and a 3′ by 3.5′ cutout. Everything you need to start swinging is included, except the 10′ frame poles which you buy locally.  We only use knotted nylon netting.  It is made from high-tenacity nylon and is treated for UV and water resistant for optimum strength and durability.  We do not use poly net or HDPE.  Poly net is weaker by about 30-50%.

What you get: 

  • Net – #36 knotted nylon netting.  It has a 380 pound burst strength per strand or 1520 pounds per mesh.  Mostly used by high school, college, or professional players.
  • Frame Connectors – these connectors are included.
  • Complete L-screen – net,  connectors, and poles are all included.

Choose from four sizes:  Choose the right size batting cage for your situation.

  • 40′ (requires 23 poles) – for younger players and/or small yards
  • 50′ (requires 28 poles) – good for all ages, most popular
  • 60′ (requires 33 poles) – most versatile
  • 70′ (requires 38 poles) – best for live hitting with live pitching

What you need to buy: You need to buy the frame poles locally.  These are 3/4″ EMT (electrical metallic tubing, trade name is “thin wall.”  They are standard 10′ long and are readily available at places like Lowe’s or Home Depot.  They are fairly inexpensive.  As of 9/12/2014, they run about $3.87 per pole.

Easy Installation:  When you order a Wheelhouse Batting Cage, we normally ship within a day so you can be hitting in your backyard within a week. Our cages are easy to assemble and portable.  They can be put up in as little as 15 minutes. Take them on the road for your travel team or to a tournament for extra batting practice.  Our batting cages are flexible and fit odd shaped yards, including uneven ground.  They can be used indoors too.  You can always make the cage shorter, just not longer.

- See more at: http://www.cagesplus.com/product/batting-cages-36-netting/#sthash.s1IfogI8.dpuf