Brine Quick Net Fasteners
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Brine Quick Net Fasteners

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Great for securing all types of nets to goal frames.
Size:N/AThe size of the goal after being built. Measured height x width.
Construction:N/AThe thickness of the goal pipes.
Powder Coated:N/AA treatment method applied to the metals to better withstand the elements.
Flat Bottom:N/AThe part of the goal which is in contact with the ground; flat or rounded construction. Flat bottom is mandatory for most high school and college play.
Net Thickness:N/AThe thickness of the net. Measured in millimeters.
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how do i attach these to my net?

my lacrosse frame is already assembled and i was wondering how to put these onto my net.
Asked by: Anonymous
First you would wrap the fastener around the pipe, through a net hole. Then while wrapped around the pipe you feed the bigger plastic end through the open loop of the fastener and it should tighten itself to the pipe securely.
Answered by: MikeM
Date published: 2013-10-21
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