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Branch Size: A tree swing needs a horizontal branch at least 8” in diameter that is
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To keep the tree—and yourselves—safe, find a sturdy branch, use stainless steel
eye bolts and double the nuts.
You need to make sure you pick the proper tree, limb, rope and, of course, ...
Select a spot for hanging the tire swing that's at least 3 feet from the trunk of the
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How to build a rope tree swing photo tutorial with detailed instructions for tying
the knots and hanging the swing from a high tree branch.
A limb much less than ten inches in diameter will bounce, reducing the young
swinger's stability. A solution might be to attach the swing close to the trunk, but
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