The Sleadd Tri-Link is a patent-pending design that is an integral part of the Sleadd 150 and Sleadd 250 zip line kits. This device is used as a load transfer point for the zip line tension on each of the Sleadd kits.
The Tri-Link is designed with three distinct connection points. One point is designated 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 it at the appropriate height. Once all points are secure, simply tighten the zip line using the In-Line Tensioner, (note that all processes are described in full detail in the Instruction Manuals).
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 Grips included in the kit.
This is a very quick process, achievable in 10 minutes or less.
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