American Eagle AY60 Basketball Hoop

American Eagle

$ 1,700.00 


This USA-Made Basketball Hoop is the second in our Pro Series of basketball hoops.  It has many of the same specifications as the AH60 with the exception of a Y-shaped lower extension arm and a 48" overhang.

The major advantage of the AY60 over the AH60 is the extra foot of overhang.  Customers who purchase this system do so because they're looking for that extra foot of overhang to extend over a curb so their child doesn't twist an ankle while driving the lane or playing under the basket on the baseline.

Who is it for?

  • AAU or travel-team players.  This hoop will hold up to aggressive play.
  • Any family that may move.  The ground anchor gives you the ability to unbolt & take the hoop with you.
  • A family younger kids that will have a hoop that will both lower down for younger kids and lat over 20 years.
  • A family with curbing on their court that they want to clear with the extra foot of overhang.
What are the specs:
  • 40”X60” Regulation-sized Tempered-glass backboard
  • Adjusts from 10’-6’ w/ a 48” extension
  • 6”X6” Anchor-system Post
  • ClearGlass Backboard with an “Arena View”
  • Add a custom pole pad to your hoop!
Key Points:
  1. The key difference between this and the AH60 is 48" overhang vice the 36" for the AH60.
  2. Most big box hoops have either a 24-30" overhang so the 36" will extend over any driveway pavers plenty.
  3. This system is available with a custom-sized pole in order to place the system behind a retaining wall.

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