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Price List Adjustable Barre Specifications 4', 6', 8', 10' Free-Standing Assembly
Ballet Barres Adjustable Wall Mount Instructions 14' & 16' Free-Standing Assembly
Splice Joint Specification Fixed Barre Specifications Measuring Barre Straightness Tolerance
Fixed Wall Mount Instructions

DRILLING HOLES IN WOOD BARRE TO MOUNT BRACKETS (Omit if pre-drilled wood barre is used.)
Locate a strong place on the wall for each bracket to be mounted (eg. over wood studs) and make a vertical mark at each location. Take accurate measurements between those marks and mark the distance off on the wood barre as shown in illustration.
 
First use a 3/8" drill and make all holes 7/8" deep (NO DEEPER). Then go back to each hole with a smaller 5/16" drill and, in the same hole, go down another 5/8" making the total depth 1 ½".
 
DO NOT DRILL THROUGH BARRE!
 
Based on 1 3/4" minimum diameter with excellent tensile strength
1 5/8" minimum diameter Wood Barre
 
MOUNTING BRACKETS IN WOOD BARRE
Screw the threaded end of each bracket into the hole in the Wood Barre clockwise by hand until the shoulders touch the wood. An additional 1/2 turn (NO MORE) may be necessary to straighten out the brackets and make them perpendicular to the Wood Barre, and parallel to each other.
 
 

 
 
MOUNTING BARRE ASSEMBLY TO WALL
Hold barre assembly up with brackets touching the wall at the height you desire the barre to be. Mark off the places where the holes will be drilled for the bracket mounting screws. Drill these holes slightly smaller than the screws provided, to assure a snug fit. Secure the barre assembly to the wall.
 
ALSO AVAILABLE:
  4',6', 8', 10' Barre Assembly and Operation
  14'& 16' Freestanding Barres
  Wall Mount Adjustable Ballet Barres
 

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