We have written about this before, but figured it might be useful for a refresher course in case people get hung up on how to replace the backboard on their Lifetime basketball system. You should always verify compatibilty of the backboard you are interested in before ordering the product.
Frequently, customers ask us what type of system is best, or what kind they should purchase – inground or portable. If this describes your current stage in purchasing a basketball goal for your home, please consider these things.
Looking for a great gift for your children this Christmas? Do your kids love basketball? Take a look at an arcade basketball game this year. Arcade electronic basketball games provide a fun, active product for your family. Several different models are available; however, we will just focus on one: the 90056 Double Shot Basketball Game from Lifetime Products.
Not all Lifetime basketball backboards are the same, and not all mounting brackets on Lifetime basketball systems are the same either. Below, I have compiled a list of frequently asked questions concerning replacing and purchasing a backboard for a Lifetime basketball hoop.
Today only, take advantage of a 5% sale on nearly all products. This sale takes 5% off the lowest marked price on most products. In conjuction with this sale and the Christmas holiday, we have created several new coupon codes for use on our site now through December 9, 2011. Please note that these coupon codes will no longer work and the offers no longer valid literally at the stroke of midnight, December 10, 2011 CDT. So, make your purchases now before time runs out.
Well, it was fun while it lasted. Lifetime just informed us that the 90013 has been discontinued and is no longer in stock. This means, the closest product available in this price range to the 90013 is the 54-inch glass backboard in-ground basketball system.
Every basketball system manufacturer on the planet wants to 1, have you buy their product; and 2, buy their replacement parts for their product. Thus, Lifetime Products, Spalding, Huffy, Goalrilla, Goalsetter, Mammoth, and every other maker you can think of has their very own design and specification for their rims. Not only that, these manufacturers also have various forms of rims inside their product line as well that are, you guessed it, not always compatible.
Sometimes the choice of basketball hoops for your home basketball court can be overwhelming. To assist you in navigating the many choices available, this list will provide you some steps to differentiate different manufacturers of basketball systems and different features available within those manufacturers.
Lifetime Basketball Systems New Models Lifetime Products has recently added several new models to their basketball hoop line up. I have added a brief description of some of these basketball goals below. 90013 InGround Basketball Goal This Lifetime basketball goal system provides the largest backboard of all of Lifetime’s lines without having to upgrade to […]
After about 6 months of ownership, I figured I should give an update of this system and how it has worked out for my family. First off, my new high score on this system 170. From speaking with a couple of people who work at Lifetime Products, they know of one of their employees that claims to have scored higher than 200. I am skeptical of that; though, I must say that the time I scored 170 I still had room for improvement. Back to the topic at hand, I wanted to share some observations of this system. I figured I would talk about the basketballs, the frame of the Double Shot, and the playability.