This Simple Batting Cage Hanging Kit Will Save You Time & Aggravation
Here’s a batting cage hanging kit solution that you will appreciate!
Use it with a batting cage frame or when suspending your batting cage net between two walls, such as in a gym or indoor baseball training facility.
We will provide clear instructions with your purchase to attach your batting cage net to your frame or to hang your batting cage net between walls.
We offer two batting cage kit lengths for hanging your net up to 55′ or 70′ from wall to wall or as a maximum length of your batting cage frame.
Call us toll-free if you need more cable its not much extra per foot.
A Batting Cage Hanging Kit When Using A Batting Cage Frame
Use our cable kits to suspend any net from your own batting cage frame.
This is a popular solution when you don’t feel that simply using the pigtail ropes that
should come with any batting cage net purchase is the best way to hand a batting cage (we agree)!
We provide these pigtails ropes on both ends of all the batting cage nets we sell but we cannot speak for others,
though it would be really cheap of them not to.
We also provide heavy heavy stitched ion rope to the entire perimeter of all of our batting cage nets
and then a 3rd running down the top/middle of these nets.
The 3 ropes that we include Top Let – Top Center – Top Right are called Rib Lines.
This is the all-important reinforced rope where you simply clip you carabiners to and that keeps your net in a true rectangular shape
and not the sagging mess that you have likely seen elsewhere.
A Batting Cage Hanging Kit When Hanging Between Walls
You can use our cable kits to suspend any net when creating a batting cage without a batting cage frame by anchoring to two walls. Typically this is used in a gymnasium, your own building or in an indoor baseball training facility.
This Batting Cage Hanging Kit Works Best If You Purchase A Good Batting Cage Net
I insist that all batting cage nets we sell be outfitted with a system of heavy rope that gets stitched into the entire perimeter of your batting cage; all vertical & horizontal corners, ends & net bottom!
Additionally, I spec out a top-center rope that runs down the length. This is so your batting cage ceiling has a total of 3 of these heavy ropes aka Rib Lines.
These ropes will be directly under the placement of your 3 aircraft cables that are anchored on each end so that you can simply snap the net to each corresponding cable with the generous bag of the right kind and shape of carabiner; product that is large enough for an adult-hand, not some tiny snap hooks aka carabiners that I have seen around (talk about cheap!)
We also provide a heavy stitched in rope to the entire perimeter of all of our batting cage nets and then a 3rd running down the top/middle of these nets. The 3 ropes that we include Top Let – Top Center – Top Right are called Rib Lines. This is the all-important reinforced rope where you simply cli[p you carabiners to and that keeps your net in a true rectangular shape and not the sagging mess that you have likely seen elsewhere.
I hope my comments have helped you
Your 55′ Batting Cage Hanging Kit Includes
- Rustproof Aircraft Cables3 Cut-to-Length 1/8″
- 42 Carabiners – a metal loop with a spring-loaded gate to quickly & reversibly connect components
- 6 Turnbuckles – a device for adjusting the tension or length of cables & other tensioning systems
- 6 Small U-Bolts – a bolt in the shape of the letter U to secure each cable on each end
Your 70′ Batting Cage Hanging Kit Includes
- 3 Cut-to-Length 1/8″ Rustproof Aircraft Cables
- 54 Carabiners
- 6 Turnbuckles
- 6 Small U-Bolts