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Heavy Duty Tire Swivel for Residential

    Heavy Duty Tire Swivel for Residential

    Heavy Duty Tire Swivel for Residential

    SKU# E18746

    Residential Heavy Duty Tire Swivel has universal joints covered with a rubber boot for finger protection.



    Residential Heavy Duty Tire Swivel has universal joints covered with a rubber boot for finger protection. It will turn 360 degrees with less tangling or wrapping the chains. Painted with rust proof enamel in black. Plate is 8” x 4” with two 5/8” holes that are 6.5” center to center. The swivel is 10.5” in overall length.  Holds up to 500 lbs.
     Mounting hardware and board installation by customer.
    SKU# E18746


    Heavy Duty Tire Swivel Specifications:

    • Grade: Residential 
    • Weight Limit: 500 lbs.
    • Base Plate 8" Wide x 4" Long, The swivel is 10.5" in overall length

    Additional Information

    Installation, Safe Use and Maintenance Instructions

    IMPORTANT:  To keep children safe from harm, follow these precautions and instructions when installing, using, or maintaining this playground equipment. You can also call us at 1-877-664-4565 for more information or see
    Installation:  Bolt swivel to wood beam with 1/2" bolts with the length depending on thickness of the wood.  (Bolts and nuts are not included.)  You will need to use S-hooks or shackles from the chain to the swivel.  Make sure the S-hooks are closed to within .04 to meet ASTM safety standards.  To do this you will need to use our S-hook pliers or a regular pair of channel lock pliers.  WARNING: Once the S-hooks have been opened they will have to be replaced to avoid injuries from coming open and/or breaking.  Make sure that if you are using shackles they are also tightened.
    Safe Use: Adults should supervise children at all times. Do not allow children to stand on or use unsafely. Do not allow it to be used if damaged.
    Maintenance: Do the following to reduce the chance of serious injuries.  Check monthly for cracks, rust, missing rivets, open S-hooks or evidence of vandalism such as cutting, metal showing through the material or bent seats from children standing on them.  Tighten and lubricate all metallic moving parts per manufacturer’s instructions.  Check spinning action and make sure there is no binding, and using a grease gun put a sufficient amount of standard grease in the hanger to allow the hanger to swing freely.  We have used a McKay Molybdenum Disulfide grease cartridge, but any standard grease cartridge from any auto part store should be sufficient.   Check all protective coverings on nuts, bolts, pipes, edges, corners and all moving parts including swing hangers, swing seats, ropes, cables, chains and shackles.  Replace as needed.  Make sure there are no exposed footings, anchoring devices, rocks, roots, holes or any other obstacles in or around playground equipment.  In high use areas these inspections should be done more frequently.   Clean with mild soap and water when you do the monthly maintenance checks. 
    Any damage from vandalism, abuse or misuse VOIDS all warranties.


    All of the following wear points should be checked on a monthly basis:

    • Check eye bolt for loose nuts or movement. Tighten if necessary.
    • Check eye bolt for wear at the point where it rubs against the safety snap. If wear exists, it should not exceed 30% of the diameter of the eye bolt. If it does, discontinue use immediately and replace the eye bolt. (See figure below).