How much room do I need behind the goalrilla goal to be able to still adjust the height up and down?
You will need approximately 18″-24″ of clearance behind the goal to be able to turn the handle and adjust the height of the backboard.
Why are there nuts between the anchor plate and the pole on my Goalrilla system? This leaves a space between the anchor plate and the pole. Is this correct?
Yes. The nuts beneath the pole let you level the system once it is installed. If the concrete is not perfectly level, you can level the pole by adjusting these four nuts. Simply place a level on the sides of … Continued
The anchor system is set in concrete on Day 1 and requires at least 72 hours to cure. We recommend erecting your system on Day 5 to ensure the superior rock-solid performance for which Goalrilla is famous.
For best results with less vibration, your Goalrilla anchor system should be independent of your court. If pouring concrete for both at the same time, add an expansion joint in between.
The recommended hole size is 16 inches in diameter and 48 inches deep. You will need eight 80-lb bags of concrete for the installation. IMPORTANT SAFETY PRECAUTION: Before you dig, call your local utilities to rule out the presence of … Continued
For safety purposes, we recommend you have at least three capable persons to assist you.