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Nylon Roller Wheel

Split Bracket

SKU: eroller

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5.00 (3 reviews)

$2.86

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Our Nylon Roller Wheel attaches from the snap hook to the overhead cable line to allow your net to easily retract against the wall when not in use.

The split bracket makes it easy to replace worn or damaged wheels without having to take down the entire cable line.

While the nylon is less durable than our assortment of steel roller wheels, we like to use these nylon roller wheels in most applications because of their low-cost and ease of replacement.

How Many Roller Wheels Do You Need?

A good rule of thumb for roller wheels is that you need half as many roller wheels as you have snap hooks. For example, a 70 ft net is attached to the 3 overhead cable lines with snap hooks spaced every foot. That means each cable line would have 70 snap hooks for a total of 210. In this example you’ll want to order at least 105 roller wheels. 35 roller wheels per line. Install the roller wheels on the half of the net that you are collapsing and expanding, because that end of the net does the most traveling along the cable line.

Features

 

  • 1-3/4″ nylon sheave mounted in heavy duty, galvanized split bracket
  • Pulley sheave allows up to 5/16″ cable.
  • Mounting bracket hole is 3/8″.

How to Install an Indoor Batting Cage

3 reviews for Nylon Roller Wheel

  1. James (verified owner)

    usWashington, United States

  2. Jason Capodanno (verified owner)

    usMassachusetts, United States

  3. Charles Parsons (verified owner)

    We repurposed these for hoist lines and they work great so far!

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FAQ's

What is the best net material for outdoor use?

Can you build a custom net to any size?

Can I make a standard size net work in a smaller space?

What size are standard size nets?

How wide should my batting cage tunnel be?

How tall should my net be?

I’m a facility owner. I want multiple lanes within one large shell net. Can you do that?

I’m a facility owner. What type of netting do I need?

What type of indoor batting cage should I get?

What type of outdoor batting cage should I get?

Do you have lightweight, portable outdoor batting cages?

I want a durable batting cage for outdoors. Which one would you suggest?

What size net do I need for my batting cage?

There are many netting material types. What type of material do I need?

I’d like to set up a batting cage in my home, basement, garage, backyard, or sports facility. How do I get started?

Our Nylon Roller Wheel attaches from the snap hook to the overhead cable line to allow your net to easily retract against the wall when not in use.

The split bracket makes it easy to replace worn or damaged wheels without having to take down the entire cable line.

While the nylon is less durable than our assortment of steel roller wheels, we like to use these nylon roller wheels in most applications because of their low-cost and ease of replacement.

How Many Roller Wheels Do You Need?

A good rule of thumb for roller wheels is that you need half as many roller wheels as you have snap hooks. For example, a 70 ft net is attached to the 3 overhead cable lines with snap hooks spaced every foot. That means each cable line would have 70 snap hooks for a total of 210. In this example you’ll want to order at least 105 roller wheels. 35 roller wheels per line. Install the roller wheels on the half of the net that you are collapsing and expanding, because that end of the net does the most traveling along the cable line.

Features

 

  • 1-3/4″ nylon sheave mounted in heavy duty, galvanized split bracket
  • Pulley sheave allows up to 5/16″ cable.
  • Mounting bracket hole is 3/8″.

How to Install an Indoor Batting Cage

3 reviews for Nylon Roller Wheel

  1. James (verified owner)

    usWashington, United States

  2. Jason Capodanno (verified owner)

    usMassachusetts, United States

  3. Charles Parsons (verified owner)

    We repurposed these for hoist lines and they work great so far!

Add a review

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

FAQ's

What is the best net material for outdoor use?

Can you build a custom net to any size?

Can I make a standard size net work in a smaller space?

What size are standard size nets?

How wide should my batting cage tunnel be?

How tall should my net be?

I’m a facility owner. I want multiple lanes within one large shell net. Can you do that?

I’m a facility owner. What type of netting do I need?

What type of indoor batting cage should I get?

What type of outdoor batting cage should I get?

Do you have lightweight, portable outdoor batting cages?

I want a durable batting cage for outdoors. Which one would you suggest?

What size net do I need for my batting cage?

There are many netting material types. What type of material do I need?

I’d like to set up a batting cage in my home, basement, garage, backyard, or sports facility. How do I get started?