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Turn your backyard into an exciting adventure with the B4 Adventure Slackers Eagle 90' Zipline Kit. This outdoor adventure set contains everything needed to create your own backyard zipline: 100' of cable, a heavy-duty seat with an adjustable rope, a solid steel trolley, a turnbuckle, assembly hardware, and detailed instructions. Trolley has locked, non-slip rubber hand grips, while the turnbuckle has locking nuts and bolts, comes with a turnbuckle safety backup, and includes an easy-to-use tightening tool. The B4 Adventure Slackers Eagle 90' Zipline Kit can be set up by 2 adults in under an hour. Ages 8 and up. Max Wt. Cap.: 200 lbs. Imported.Manufacturer model #: SLA.512.
SAFETY FIRST. Safety is not just an abstract concept for us. It is of paramount importance during every step of design and within all aspects of operation. All our zipline systems are designed to meet and exceed US and Canadian safety and engineering standards to ensure that our clients are provided with the safest installation possible. From the very first line we installed and over the years, we have been implementingPRCA and ACCT and Canadian CSA Ropeways Standards. We have since then forged our very own standards by testing materials, developed partnerships with more efficient suppliers and inventing new extraordinary technologies. When you buy with Zip-Rush, you buy peace of mind.
Enjoy hours and hours of fun with a seated zipline kit! The Falcon series from Slackers is an excellent zipline kit for younger kids with smaller backyards with its 50 ft cable length that stretches between two trees 40 feet apart. In just 30 minutes, turn your backyard into an adventure park! Most people agree that zip line kits are one of the most exciting items that you can put in your backyard for hours and hours of enjoyment. Ziplines help improve strength, athletic skills, and balance all while riding a just a few feet off the ground.
The zipline kit is a type of gear that is unlocked at level 15. It allows users to place ziplines at two different points, and use them like any other zipline thereafter. This object is interchangeable, and can be removed by using the back-gear keybind button while facing the already placed zipline. Users can place up to a maximum of 3 ziplines.
The zipline kit has some specifications regarding how and where it can be used. The zipline must be placed at two points in order for it to be usable. To do this, the user must place the first end of the zipline using the back-gear key (X by default). by doing so, they will place a semi-visible zipline base, which can then be finished by selecting another location by LEFT clicking. The second location must be somewhat lower than the first, and the path in which the two lines connect must be clear from other objects or any type of obstructing. to use the zipline after it is finished, press the interact key (E by default) on the uppermost part of the zipline. This also applies to ziplines already placed around the map.
Other comments in the suggestion box included requests for eyeglass repair kits at Toolik (Jeb will obtain some), for small mops and buckets for use in the labs, and for common use boot dryers in the shower module. One winter science user expressed disappointment that garage construction was postponed for this year, because it would be really helpful for winter users. Thanks were expressed to Jeb and Glenn for science support this spring. One person commented that the water system in the sauna needs to be upgraded, and another commented that the flue in the sauna stove could benefit from a damper to burn wood more slowly. One person requested that FEDEX labels be made available in the office (staff noted that one can print FEDEX labels from the office computer). One person commented that Baker Ben could use steam injection in his oven (possibly Baker Ben himself). One person commented that it would be great if the EDC could monitor the phenology of blooming of Dryas, and of more forbs. Thanks were expressed to Seth for his assistance and knowledge. There were also some impractical suggestions, such as for a zipline from Jade Mountain to camp, and a request that TFS plough out the road to Imnavait in the spring. 59ce067264