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ACCESSORIES (PAGES 82 AND 83)


Enhance your TerrAdaptor™ with new accessories for added capability. The new Modular Foot System supports more advanced rigging needs - choose from either the Talon or Rocker Foot. The new Capstan Winch Bracket and the Standard Winch Bracket allow for rope or cable winches to be mounted on the TerrAdaptor™. Check out all the accessory options below.


MODULAR FOOT SYST EM


The TerrAdaptor’s™ ability to adapt for many advanced rigging situations sometimes demands a more advanced foot system and the Modular Foot System was developed to excel in those situations. Each foot in the system has between one and three high strength auxiliary attachment points which can be easily clipped into with a rescue carabiner, quicklink, or tied direct. Feet attach to Modular Adaptors that can be positioned at 45 degree increments within either style of leg tube.


The TerrAdaptor™ Modular Foot System is also designed so that the legs of the TerrAdaptor™ become an integral part of the rigging rather than simply a means of supporting a high anchor point. When you securely anchor the feet at one of the auxiliary attach points you are also securing the head because force can be transmitted down the leg tube just as if it were a piece of rope, with the exception that the legs don’t stretch.


MODULAR ADAP TOR


The new Modular Adaptor provides a secure platform for various new foot options. Tools to replace/interchange the feet are provided with the adaptor.


Key Features: Fully compatible with the existing TerrAdaptor™ leg tubes • Tighter fit with the existing grey and orange TerrAdaptor™ leg tubes • Rotates in 45 degree increments to achieve the best foot placement


Height: 2.50” (6.4 cm) » Width: 2.50” (6.4 cm) » Length: 4.70” (11.9 cm) » Weight: 10.7 oz (302 g)


SM230540 USA MADE $71.00 TALON FOOT


The new Talon Foot includes two spikes which allow the feet to be perched on edges of walls and catwalks, or they may also be lashed securely to pipes, beams, and rails. The steel tips of the foot may be sharpened or replaced.


Key Features: Lash points are still accessible when spikes are fully engaged • Longer spike penetrates deeply for secure placement • Shorter spike provides additional security against foot movement


Height: 0.50” (1.3 cm) » Width: 4.11” (10. 4) » Length: 4.88” (12.4 cm) » Weight: 5.7 oz (161 g)


SM230510 ROCKER FOOT


The new Rocker Foot is the next generation of the Ball Foot – it provides more surface area on the ground than the previous Ball Foot.


Key Features: Lean angles are greater • Three full-size lash points are standard • Lash points may be easily clipped at extreme lean angles


Height: 1.46” (3.7 cm) » Width: 2.40” (6.1 cm) » Length: 4.54” (11.5 cm) » Weight: 6.7 oz (191 g) SM230500


$36.00 USA MADE USA MADE $36.00 ART ICULATING FOOT


The new Articulating Foot swivels on a stainless steel ball. For extreme wide leg angles, the foot can rotate 90 degrees to the flat position.


Key Features: Rubber pad allows use on surfaces such as concrete • Foot may be attached to a surface with screws, bolts, or spikes • Foot may be lashed or clipped to other objects using three large holes


Height: 4.40” (11.2 cm) » Width: 3.96” (10.1 cm) » Length: 3.96” (10.1 cm) » Weight: 1.02 lbs (460 g)


SM230530 USA MADE $107.00


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