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Did you know about their three main advantages..   

         Easy set, Easy adjust, Easy care.


                              sand-blasting and powder coating every 2 years... (or even painting)


What you need to get going with Quadways ....

   Dibber (dibble)

This makes the precision holes in the ground for the hoops.. Always the same hole spacing.. These are solid M.Tensile steel.. (not cast iron) Good for a lifetime (yours and mine).

                    You need only one... Used by your lawns team



1 set , or 2, or 3,...

...... All the Quadway hoops are precision made interchangeable, SO... They all fit perfectly into the Dibber holes.

The Quadway stainless steel crowns are deeper in cross section so they have a higher resistance to bending (than cast iron or welded mild steel hoops)
The Quadway legs are high grade stainless and again have a higher resistance to bending (than cast iron or welded mild steel hoops)

Important... when you are "firming" the hoops... hit the crown in the middle... Reason..hitting on the screws/legs WILL eventually damage the corners.



 The  Sabot slides over the top of the hoop

Hidden in the top is 40mm of solid steel. That upper protects the hoop from being munted...

The steel sides front & back take all the stress off the adjustable top corners.

Some clubs use the sabot INSTEAD of a mallet for firming hoops into the ground. The latest version has an industrial grade padding inside the top. (Helps to save the powder-coating)

Maybe one per 4 lawns . Used by your lawns team


Terminator SuperClamp 

Not a new idea but refined for speedy use

Tool-less adjustment,  and strength.

Maybe one per 4 lawns.  Used by your lawns team.

The "Spacer" is pre-set to 93mm and is marked with 3 dots..

 To adjust the spacer:-

  1. Loosen the lock-nut (no tools needed)
  2. Extend or Reduce the spacer (bolt).
  3. Tighten the lock-nut

Terminator SuperLifter 

 Uses the principles of a carpenters hammer for pulling out nails..leverage.

 Not much bigger than a carpenters hammer so you can have one on each trolley..

Your ladies will love them. 

 Maybe one for each trolley.  Used by your players to undress their lawn.


Funding  Most clubs don't have a pile of cash hanging around  SO.. funding is the usual option. Just drop me a line and I'll do a quote for you.

Freight.. Quadway hoops are heavy (surprise) but I get good rates from my NZ couriers AND very good rates to Australia.


Pricing  Plus GST in NZ

Description SKU # Price NZ$
Quadway hoop set (6) QH $1,090
Dibber QD $280
Quadway hoop (1) QH1 $200
Quadway Sabot QS $140
T Super Lifter H TSLH $140
T Super Clamp TSC $140

                 Plus GST in NZ

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How long will the Quadways last?

If they are set in the lawns as recommended then you will have no issues in their normal lifetime of say 30~40 years. Hoop life will be mainly affected by excessive stresses (just like your old hoops in the shed).

The issues arise when hoops are set by well meaning members who are not aware of the potential risks. I will always be able to provide replacement crowns and legs however it would be unreasonable to expect a freebie when damage has been caused by excessive force.

Do I need a Dibber ...Yes ...Essential ... No Dibber...No Warranty

For normal club use:-


Sabot  (say it the same as saboteur..... someone who threw the wooden shoe into the machine) Do I need one? ... probably one for each lawn..

   The Quadways are precision made and they are strong BUT !!!  What might not be clear are the potential issues..

   Setting lawns for competition play.

Why make/use a plywood Lawn Protector when making the dibber holes?

Can we swing the hoops ?