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HARDWARE T ERRADAP TOR™ WINCH SY S T EM NEW


The new SMC TerrAdaptor™ Capstan Winch System mounts on any grey leg tube section in any position on the TerrAdaptor™ multi pod. A stainless steel rope guide ensures that the rope enters the capstan at the correct angle for the greatest grip. Clip points on the front and rear of the bracket can be used for progress capture devices such as a rope grab or a prussik.


Key Features: Made from anodized aluminum • Includes a Harken 40.2ST two speed, self-trailing capstan winch • Stainless steel rope guide • Designed to work with progress capture devices • Engineered TerrAdaptor™ winch bracket • Made in the USA


Height: 5.40” (13.7 cm) » Width: 5.90” (15.0 cm) » Length: 11.25” (28.6 cm) » Weight: 8.55 lbs (3.878 kg) SM230552


$1,850.00 USA MADE TERRADAP TOR™ CAP S TAN WINCH BRACKE T


The new Capstan Winch Bracket is designed for use with the Harken 40.2ST Capstan Winch. This bracket is predrilled and includes all hardware for mounting the Capstan. It may be mounted on any grey leg tube section on the TerrAdaptor™.


Key Features: Stainless rope guide ensures rope enters capstan at the correct angle • Clip points are included for use of progress capture devices • Anodized Aluminum • Made in the USA


Height: 2.40” (6.1 cm) » Width: 5.90” (15.0 cm) » Length: 11.25” (28.6 cm) » Weight: 3.55 lbs (1.610 kg)


SM230551 USA MADE $145.00 USA MADE TERRADAP TOR™ S TANDARD WINCH BRACKE T


The new Standard Winch Bracket is pre-tapped for mounting most Tractel and DBI/Sala cable work winches. In addition, other cable or rope winch models can be mounted per the manufacturer’s instructions. It may be mounted on any grey leg tube section on the TerrAdaptor™.


Key Features: Clip points are included for use of progress capture devices • Anodized Aluminum • Made in the USA


Height: 2.40” (6.1 cm) » Width: 3.50” (8.9 cm) » Length: 11.25” (28.6 cm) » Weight: 3.06 lbs (1.379 kg)


SM230550 $102.00


ANCHORAGE CONNECTORS


SHEAVE ASSEMBLY


The TerrAdaptor ™ Cable Sheave Assembly is specifically designed for use with the TerrAdaptor™ Portable Anchor System and the TerrAdaptor™ Cable Winch Bracket that allows you to utilize many of the commonly used cable winch systems. This Cable Sheave is a seamless connector maintaining the NFPA strength ratings while used in the multiple NFPA TerrAdaptor™ certified configurations.


NOTE: While this sheave may be used with either rope OR cable, it should not be used interchangeably. Once cable has been run through the sheave, it should not be used for rope.


Key Features: Zinc Plated Hardened Alloy Steel Sealed Ball Bearings • Supports up to 1/2” diameter cable or rope • Compact and easy to use • Made in the USA


Steel Sheave Assembly Weight: 4.2 oz (118 g)


SM230360 USA MADE $38.00


FOOT REPLACEMENT KI T


Hobble Plate with Quick Link • Basket • Leg Coupling Pin


Key Features: Ball Foot • Hobble Plate with Quick Link • Basket • Leg Coupling Pin


SM230217 USA MADE


BOLT REPLACEMENT KI T 4 Nylok Nuts Key Features: 4 SHCS Alloy Bolts • 4 Nylok Nuts


SM230326 USA MADE


LASH RING KI T SM230230


USA MADE


The TerrAdaptor™ Sheave Assembly fits directly on to the main attachment pin to act as a pulley.


REPLACEMENT ROPE HOBBLE SM230307


$16.90 USA MADE HARDWARE $4.60 $87.00


$53.50


ANCHORAGE CONNECTORS


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