||54" x 34" Clearview Glass
||Medium-weight pro-style flex rim
||14 Gauge, 5" x 5" one-piece steel pole
||2.5' (welded extension arms)
||All-steel, 7.5' to 10' height adjustment
||DUPONT® powder coating
The Goalrilla GS54c basketball goal is the entry level 54” hoop in the Goalrilla family. The GS54c features a 54”x 34” tempered glass backboard supported by welded wide-span board arms and one piece 5”x5” steel pole. With the backboards’ unobstructed view, consistent rebound, and easy height adjustment, it is sure to live up the expectations you have when buying a Goalrilla goal. Like all the Goalrilla systems, the GS54c comes with the Goalrilla lifetime warranty, ensuring a great system for you and your family for many years to come.
Goal comes in (3) boxes with the following dimensions:
- Backboard: 57″ x 38″ x 5″ (105 lb)
- Yokes: 44″ x 22″ x 6″ (50 lb)
- Post: 120″ x 12″ x 12″ (125 lb)
Fun for entire family
“sturdy construction, easy to use. Owned it for 3 years and just like new.”
Best equipment for working on basketball
“This basketball goal was a gift for christmas one year and its up in our backyard now. Very well crafted, and holds up very well in the weather. This was a great gift and i recommend it %100!! One of the best things ive ever gotten. Also very easy to use! Holds up well!”
“Going strong after 4 years and 1 move. Relocation was easy except digging the hole.”
Goalrilla Hoop designed to with stand a gorilla
“Great hoop really strong haven't had any issues with durability or fading.”
This product is very durable
“This product is built to last and is very durable.”
Very Impressive Goal
1- The GS54c looks great...
2- All parts firmly and safely packed...
3- Excellent assembly instructions...
1- Noticeable pole flexing on shots...
This is an absolutely impressive system for most folks and it looks great. Following the detailed instructions, assembly went smoothly. First, the anchor bolt assembly was installed. Using extra cement, I made mine larger than the directions called for. After a few days for the cement to cure the pole parts were attached together and the pole was lifted and bolted to the anchor assembly. Then the backboard was attached to the pole using the tailgate of my truck and three strong friends. A few more installation incidentals were completed and play began...
Right away I noticed surprising rim and backboard movements on shots. I checked all the connections and found no problems there. A closer inspection revealed that most all the backboard movement could be directly attributed to the pole. The pole had some slight flexing. I then checked the pole's specs and discovered it was made of 14 gauge steel. Ouch! Perhaps and most likely most folks would not be disappointed with the movements; however, I am.
Overall I can recommend the Goalrilla GS54c. This is good system and very much satisfies my grandson and the neighborhood.
But, personally I'm disappointed. After additional research and learning that all Goalrilla anchor systems are the same, I have ordered the Goalrilla DC72E1 that comes with a 7 gauge steel pole; maybe, that'll make me happy. My comments on the DC72E1 will be coming.”