The jump cups on the standard plastic Clip and Go Strips are very pliant, but Clip and Go wanted to create a jump cup with even more flexibility to help ensure the safety of dogs when they are slicing a jump close to the uprights.
Clip and Go Flexible Jump Cup Strips combine the convenience of built-in, multiple jump-cup heights with the safety provided by a soft, flexible material. There is a jump cup every 2" from 4" to 26". These jump cups are made from UV-stable TPE plastic, which is rigid enough to hold the jump bar, but supple enough to fold completely away if the jump cup is hit by a dog. Clip and Go Flexible Jump Cup Strips perform equally well in all temperatures, so you don't need to worry about degradation in extreme heat or cold. Each jump height is clearly marked with improved easy-to-read numbers.
Clip and Go Flexible Jump Cup Strips are designed to clip on to jumps made from Schedule 40 1" PVC pipe (outside diameter of 1.315") or 1-1/4" PVC pipe (outside diameter of 1.660"). If you are using 1-1/4" pipe, we recommend using the screws provided to secure the strips.The color of the strips is light grey.
The flexibility of the Flexible Jump Cup Strips makes them unbreakable, but like all Clip and Go products, they are guaranteed!
Packaging: Clip and Go Flexible Jump Cup Strips come in a package of 2 for the price shown; mounting screws are included.
Note: If you are interested in buying 50+ jump cup strips, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org regarding an additional discount.
Installing the Clip and Go Original Flexible Strips
- Measure 27" from the ground and mark a line on each 1" PVC or 1-1/4" PVC jump standard and then simply clip on a jump cup strip, lining up the top of the strip with the mark you made.
- If using with 1-1/4" PVC pipe (exterior diameter of 1 5/8"), then you'll need to attach the Clip and Go Jump Cup Strips to the jump standards with the screws provided; these special screws will drill and tap the holes as you screw the strips on. All you need is a power screwdriver or a drill with screwdriver bits.
Cutting the Strips
If you don't want certain heights on your jumps, you can easily cut off the cups you don't want using a pair of wire cutters or side cutters.