Western Red Cedar 2x4 A-Frame Swing Stand for Swing or Swingbed (Hangers Included)
Match your swing width to this A-Frame and select the appropriate width. Convert your yard into a fantastic spot for fun and play that will excite your kids. Your little one can swing away in delight right at the comfort of your home. A swing nearby is a smart way to combine fun and safety while at play.
Swing stands are ideal accessories for those who like to explore the potential of their outdoor spaces. Moving the swing from one spot to the other will be very convenient with the stand handy. It will even allow you to move your swing to different places in your garden, depending on the need, which is profoundly affected by the change of seasons.
Keep your swing stand well maintained, and all swing hanging hardware well oiled, and it will be with you for decades. Handcrafted in the USA by Amish artisans, meticulously created and built for durability and strength using premium Western Red Cedar. It is a hardwood that can withstand longterm outdoor use, rot and decay resistant, and with a naturally gorgeous wood grain to ensure an outdoor swing stand that is not just sturdy but visually delightful, too.
- A sturdy A-Frame stand for porch swings
- Proudly handcrafted in the USA
- Western Red Cedar
- Accommodates 4ft, 5ft, 6ft Swing, or Swingbed
Material: Western Red Cedar
Outside Overall Dim: 4ft: 72"W 96"D 72"H, 5ft: 84"W 96"D 72"H, 6ft: 96"W 96"D 72"H
Additional Assembled Dimensions: 4ft: Inside: 69"W 96"D 68"H
5ft: Inside: 81"W 96"D 68"H
6ft: Inside: 93"W 96"D 68"H
Weight: 4ft: 30lbs, 5ft: 35lbs, 6ft: 40lbs
SKU #: 804C, 805C, 806C
Assembly: Assembly required
Returns: Due to large size, this item is final sale and non-returnable, except for items with defects.
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Customer ReviewsWrite a review
Overall satisfied with our new cedar A-frame swing stand. The box arrived well packed and protected. Together my teenage son and I assembled the stand and were swinging in about an hour. The only challenge we had was while attaching the four legs to the crossbeam. Either the leg bolts are not long enough, or the countersunk holes were not deep enough. I depended two of the holes on each side.