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Turn your broken trampoline into a fun outdoor bench.
How to turn a broken trampoline into a new piece of furniture.
Cut the trampoline frame into 14 pieces (don't cut the two base pieces so you will be able to slide the other pipes over them).
Cut the mat (trying to save as much of it as possible).
Bolt the pipes together and sew the mat on to create your very own Bencholene.
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