Angled Net Fitting

Angled Net Fitting

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Directions for Use

You’ve purchased a hand-made product that was developed specifically for K.O.I. by Spike Cover. MOF, Spike fabricated and assembled your fitting in his garage.
Please read and understand these instructions so that you can get the most out of this product.

Background (you can skip this unless you’re interested):
The “Fitting” is based on a product from Marshalltown which is a company that, among other things, makes products for the concrete finishing industry. The two plastic pieces that rotate with respect to one another are doubles of a part that was originally designed and used (singly) to adapt a “Fresno” trowel to a pole.

1. First, decide how you’d like to attach

  • The net to the fitting, and

  • The pole to the fitting.


  • Use the V-clip for a quick-connect feature;

  • Use the nut-&-bolt combo for a more permanent and secure connection

Make both attachments.

2. Setting the Net Angle:

  • Decide what net angle will be most likely to suit your needs. Note: having the net parallel with the surface of the water when you are netting, is usually best.

  • Tighten the 3/8” nut on the carriage bolt that connects the two poly fittings. Use a wrench to perform the tightening. Be careful not to over tighten the nut.

Note: there is a large toothed washer between the poly fittings. This is to help ensure that the two fittings don’t rotate during use.

3. Making adjustments
If you try the assembly and the net rotates relative to the pole, additional nut tightening is required. Again, tighten only enough to keep the net from rotating, i.e., do not overtighten as this can damage the bolt.
If you need to adjust the net angle, loosen the 3/8” nut that connects the fittings, rotate the fittings, then retighten the nut.
If you have problems or questions, please feel free to contact Spike or others of the K.O.I. management. Spike’s email address is:

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