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Get your new zip line installed with this invaluable tensioner. The Tensioning Kit is designed to make installing a zip line and applying tension as easy as possible. It is a must for installing zip lines over 150’ in length.
8' lanyard for wrapping around your tree or anchor
2 ton ratchet winch
Cable grab for 3/16" - 3/4" cable.
Trimming your excess zip line cable doesn't sound too hard until you try to do it. Using your garden snips are out, you need one of these. Makes a clean cut every time.
Easy grip handles
Blades cut up to 3/8" gauge cable
18" total length
After using our tools, send 'em back to us within a year and we’ll give you a refund. If you ...
This Sight Level makes it easy to measure the slope of your terrain when scoping out a location for a zip line or determining the correct elevation for the cable ends.
Level vial bubble, crosswire and object sight are all seen through the level at the same time
Obtain level line of sight over long distances
Convenient pocket-sized tool...
3/8" Drive Torque Wrench with 10-80 ft.lbs. Use this wrench to prevent damage caused by accidentally over-tightening your cable clamps. Handle easily twists to set the number of foot pounds needed for your project. When the amount of torque is reached, hear a loud click and you're done.
Drop forged steel construction is rust and...
These high quality carbon steel bits have coarse screw points and are fully heat treated. The bits come at 18" or 24" in length and range from 1/2" - 1" in diameter. Use these bits to drill through trees, poles or dimensional lumber prior to installing eyebolts.
Too expensive for a one-time install? After using the auger bit to install your zip ...
A measuring wheel makes determining the distance between your anchor points easy, not to mention super fun. This walk behind wheel, with built-in counter determines the distance between your two trees with ease. No more pacing off the distance four, five or ten times!
Adjustable Aluminum handle (26" - 40").
Large, easy to read number...
A handy little addition to any tool box, and it's especially helpful when it comes to taking measurements and calculating slope when you're installing your zip line.
Measures up to 100 feet long, 1/2" wide, printed on both sides.
Built-in hand crank for easy wind up.
Bright yellow tape that won't twist, bind or stretch.
Aren't sure what tools you need to install your zip line? The Basic Tool Kit has what you need to put your cable up and install the bungee brake too, plus it's handy enough to be adopted into your tool collection for any project around the house.
2 Pairs of Safety Glasses
2 Pairs of Gloves
1/2" Combination Wrench
3/8" Torque Wrench &a...
A Cable Grab makes installing your zip line cable a cinch. The Cable Grab, used in conjunction with a come-along, holds your cable suspended in place at one end of your line as you tighten it using the come-along. For further explanation on how this kit works visit our HOW TO section.
Fits cable from 3/16" to 3/4" in diameter