What is the Sleadd Tri-Link?

The Sleadd Tri-Link is a an integral part of the Sleadd 150LX and 250LX kits. This device is used as a load transfer point for the zip line tension on each kits.

The Tri-Link is designed with three distinct connection points. One point is designed for attaching the In-Line Tensioner, another point is used for connecting the anchor hardware to an adjustable cable sling and the final connection point is delivered with a pre-attached, swaged section of 5/16" galvanized aircraft cable for use in transferring the load of the zip line tension after it has been tightened.

How does it work?

The Tri-Link, being the load transfer point for the zip line, is positioned at one end of the zip line between the In-Line Tensioner and the anchor hardware. The process is simple; simply connect the In-Line Tensioner to the Tri-Link at its designed connection point. Next, attach the adjustable cable sling to the Tri-Link after running the cable around the anchor point and securing. After tightening the Sleadd Zip Line, the load gets transferred to the Tri-Link and off of the In-Line Tensioner, by connecting the "Main Cable" to the zip line cable via the four Fist Grip Clamps included in the kit. This process is very easy and can be accomplished in 10 minutes or less.

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