Model W2 Max is an even bigger wall-mounted playground for your kids.
This is a well-familiar expansion of a popular Model W2. You get one more set of wall-mounted monkey bars.
You can now place even more addons and enjoy a longer monkey bars track.
Q: What are the dimensions?
A: Same as the Model W2. The ladder is 16" wide and the net part is 32" wide. In total you will have 32"+16"+32" = 80". It is 9" off the wall. It is 6' 3.5" tall.
Q: Can the two sets of wall-mounted monkey bars be placed side by side?
A: The only way to assemble Model W2 Max is Net-Ladder-Net. This is because if you place two monkey bars next to each other they will clash on the connecting pipe. In other words, at the moment, that would not be possible.
Q: Can you upgrade your existing Model W2? Can I upgrade my existing pre-order of the Model W2?
A: Yes, you can. You will just cover the difference in price for the additional monkey bars.
Q: Can one set of the W2 monkey bars be lower than the one on the other side?
A: Because Model W2 is not adjustable by design, monkey bars are not adjustable.
Q: Do I need to place plywood on the wall to mount it?
A: We recommend placing a 3/4"x4"x85” plywood plank to simply protect your drywall from dents. You can place smaller squares under each wall mount and under the top three bars. Plywood is optional if your studs are indeed 16" apart.
Use a 1/4 drill bit.
In those rare cases when your studs are 24" apart, you would have to attach to the wall a much thicker and stronger 2x4 deck type wood first. Then you would align left and right poles to the studs and connect the middle pole of the Model W2 to the 2x4 itself.
Please give us a call if you have any questions regarding the installation.
Q: How do I find the studs?
A: Use magnetic or electric stud finders. You can get one on Amazon, Home Depot, Lowes, etc.
Q: Does it really hold 220 lb?
A: Yes, indeed, the metal frame does hold 220lb of weight load. We test all of our gyms to hold 440lb, that is why we can advertise half the weight.
Please note, some add-ons may hold a bit less weight. Rope limits may vary and so is the durability of some swings that you may find on the aftermarket.
Q: Will there be a slide or a rock wall addition that can be placed instead of a second net?
A: We are always working on expanding your options. We have been working on a slide for some time now and we do get a lot of asks about the rock climbing wall.
During the COVID times, it became harder to introduce new sub-products and do the whole cycle of testing for safety. It is in our plans to introduce the slide and the rock climbing wall but it may take us a significant amount of time, unfortunately.