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Cimarron Batting Cage Kit - 30, 40, 50 or 60 Foot
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Cimarron Batting Cage Kit - 30, 40, 50 or 60 Foot

Your Price: $409.97
Retail Price:$489.99
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Part Number:CM-302024TPC
  • All cages are 12 feet wide and 10 feet high
  • Includes #24 net, elbows and support cables
  • 10 foot support and frame poles NOT included
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If you are looking for the best value in a home batting cage, look no further. These Cimarron Batting Cage and Frame kits are the most economical way of putting up a real, steel frame batting cage in your backyard.

The reason these Cimarron batting cage kits are so inexpensive is that they do not include the support poles. This cuts the material costs down a good bit but it also severely slashes the cost of shipping which, alone, adds $250-$300 to the price of full kits that include all of the poles. Not only that, but because the poles and the significant extra weight aren't included, the packages don't need any type of fork lift, lift gate or freight ramp in order to recieve the shipment. So, it's up to you; if you'd rather pay an extra $600 because you don't feel like making a trip to the hardware store and think you'll have no problem moving a 400 pond box, buy one of the Cimarron Batting Cages that include all of the poles.

These batting cage kits include a #24 twisted poly net which does not shrink or absorb water. They include an entry door for easy access to the cage and, because the legs are equipped with rubber end caps, they can be used both indoor and outdoor. The above image that shows the components of a kit is for the 60 foot cage. Smaller cages will not have as many support frame components.

All Cimarron batting cage kits are 12 feet wide by 10 feet high. They are available in 30 foot, 40 foot, 50 foot and 60 foot lengths. Best of all, all kit components include a 2 Year Manufacturer's Warranty and a 31 day Satisfaction Guarantee!

You can purchase the support poles needed to complete your batting cage from a local hardware store for about $11 apiece. Depending on the size cage you select, you will need to purchase anywhere from 18-33 10 foot EMT 1 ï¾¼" steel conduit posts to assemble your batting cage. The number of posts needed are as follows:

  • 30 foot kit: 18 conduits (additional approximate cost - $198)
  • 40 foot kit: 23 conduits (additional approximate cost - $253)
  • 50 foot kit: 28 conduits (additional approximate cost - $308)
  • 60 foot kit: 33 conduits (additional approximate cost - $363)

The SKU numbers and online links for common local hardware stores where you can purchase the required metal conduit posts are:

Lowes: Metal EMT 10-ft Metal Conduit - 1 1/4 inch (SKU #72717)
The Home Depot: Metal EMT 10-ft Metal Conduit - 1 1/4 inch (SKU #580023)

All Cimarron Batting Cage Kits include the following features:

  • #24 twisted poly netting
  • Full rope borders
  • Three top ropes to minimize sag
  • Has excellent abrasion resistance
  • Door for easy entry and exit from the batting cage
  • Does not absorb water and will not shrink
  • End caps for your frame poles to prevent gouging or marring the ground or gym floor
  • 1 1/2" powder coated steel frame corners
  • 2-year Limited Warranty

Cimarron Batting Cage Frame Kits are super easy to assemble. Check out the video, below, to see how easy they are to set up and how much hitting room they provide:

5 Stars
Works great
Sets up pretty easily and does what I need it to do - keep the balls in the cage. Net seems sturdy enough. No complaints!
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Reviewed by:  from Mendota, CA. on 2/27/2016

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