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  • Hello, we have had a gauntle ( from another company ) for 3 years. Our school is in Santa Barbara, Ca and the Pacific Ocean is 2-3 miles away. There is salt in the air which can be very hard on outside metals. We have to keep our bigger equipment outside. Even covering up the gauntlet still caused the springs to severely rust. Can you tell me what this gauntlet frame is made of? Same for the springs and pads? We have a grass field. Does the bottom of the frame have holes so we can use stakes to secure it? Do you know the full weight of the gauntlet? Any help is very much appreciated! Thx, Steve Robles

    Hello Steve,

    Can you tell me what this gauntlet frame is made of?    Steel  14 wall so heavy duty,  the key is to keep paint on the steel in that salt air environment,

     

    Same for the springs and pads? We have a grass field.     Pads are foam and vinyl,  the springs are steel, and very hard to keep paint on those as they are working with players run thru them, so the best thing to do when the season is over is take the springs out of the frame, and store them in the off season.

     

    Does the bottom of the frame have holes so we can use stakes to secure it?   The answer is not it is built heavy duty and doesn’t follow or bounce down the field with the players, so this tells me this product is a Gilman gauntlet,  as it is a constant issue on that product.

     

    Do you know the full weight of the gauntlet?    as it is a new product for us, I am just guessing but it is close to 600lbs, 

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