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FS: "Lifetime" Basketball Hoop

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I have a "Lifetime" Basketball Hoop that my daughter finally agreed to let go - she bought it with birthday money probably a decade ago, but now that she's in college, she doesn't really use it anymore and I'm sick of it in my driveway :) For years I've been telling her, "We should sell it, and I'll give you whatever money we sell it for." She finally agreed. (It's like pulling teeth getting my girls to depart with all their toys from when they were kids.)

Anyway, looking to sell this for $50. It is pick-up only in Gloucester Township, Camden County (08081).

Needs a new net, and the straps on the foam padding on the pole broke so the foam padding isn't on the pole, as you can see in the picture.

Be forewarned, the base is filled with sand (I can't remember the count of all the bags of sand I put in this thing) but this thing is heavy. But because of that, it also survived countless wind storms without getting blown over and is in pretty good shape. When you put this thing where you want it, it will stay there and not tip over - no need for loose bags of concrete on top. But because it's heavy, you'll need help to put it on and off the truck. If need be, I could always try to empty the base of most of the sand to lighten it up, but of course that will mean you'll need to do something (like replace the sand when you get it to where you are going, or put loose bags of concrete mix or sand on it) to keep it from tipping over in heavy winds.

 

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