This item is currently out of stock and will not be returning until Spring 2022 due to excessive cost of materials. We hope to have it back in stock around May-June.
Our teeter bases are produced 'in house' at our Upstate NY facility. Fabricated from 1 inch square tube steel and weight just 24 lbs. Made to AKC specifications.We include hardware to attach your plank as well as some basic tips and pointers for attachment to our base. You will need to provide your own plank to complete the teeter. The price is for the base only.
- Fully Adjustable using included chains and quick connects
- 1" tubular steel construction.
- Just 24 lbs. yet super strong for any size dog small to large breeds
- All welded construction. No clamps or bolts.
- Rubber end caps keep dirt out.
- Unlike aluminum our steel construction will not bend or twist
- Easily assembles in less than a minute
Dog Agility Teeter (seesaw) Base
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Shipping cost reflects bulky item charge (oversized packaging) through UPS. The larger the box, the more they charge!
This item has a 20% cancellation fee once order is placed. No exceptions! Please be 100% certain that you want this product before submitting your order! By ordering, you understand the cancellation policy.
Q: Is the price for the enire seesaw?
A: No. The price above is for just the base as shown. You will need to provide your own plank.
Q: What size plank will I need?
A: You will need a 12'L x 12"W plank. Thicker planks are best. Thin decking planks or composit planks are too flimsy. Due to milling of lumber, your plank may measure +-1/2" smaller in width. This is ok!
Q: Where can I buy a plank and does it need to be painted?
A: Your plank can be purchased at almost any major home improvement center or lumber yard. Prices vary. Pine is the most common species. Be sure to find the straightest plank with the least amount of knots. It is highly recommended to paint your plank prior to installation with a high quality exterior grade paint. Traction is very important! To acheive this, you will need to add sand to your paint or sprinkle the wet paint with sand and then recoat to seal the sand in. Using paint only without traction is highly discouraged and can be very dangerous to your pet as slipping can occure. A more expensive option is to have your plank professionally rubber chip coated.