Tripod Header II
- 6" x 6" x ½" Plate Steel Top
- 9½" Pipe Legs
- Diecast Eyebolts
- Heavy Duty Pulley
- Accepts 1 5/8" Pipe or Smaller
Heavy Duty steel header system is second to none. We use nothing but the best components
to build this product. You can expect this part to over perform. Starting with
our tool free thumb bolt tightening system. Our unit features our 1,000lb.
pulley, used on ourÂ Hanging Feeder Tripod Systems. This is the safest manuel
method available today. By combining the pulley INCLUDED on the TPH2 unit, with
the pulley on our hanging bail. This keeps the winch from free spooling and
falling to the ground under load. This also reduces the load on the legs, and
cable. This block and tackle style system is not only safe , and durable , it's
affordable. Just add your pipe legs to build your own heavy duty tri-pod hanging
system. We recommend 14' length for tripod feeder legs.
Hanging Bail 55 Gallon
All metal bail attaches easily to a 55 gallon barrel or Boss Buck hanging feeder
to use with a tripod or winch feeder setup. Comes with our 1,000 LB pulley.
Painted and sealed to prevent rust. Comes complete with mounting hardware.
Dimensions: 22 1/16" I.D. x 17 13/16" Tall
1200 lb Winch w/ Cable
Winches are engineered and built tough to be used in a variety of applications.
All gears are heat-treated high carbon SAE 1050 steel. Reel and pinion gear
shafts turn on oil-impregnated bearings for smooth operation. Winch frames are
embossed for added strength. Zinc plating fights against corrosion. Marine Grade
- Designed to withstand years of rigorous use.
Not designed for direct pull
- We recommend a double pulley
system with all hanging feeders. Single pulley, direct pull set-ups are un-safe
and much harder on your equipment.
NOT DESIGNED FOR DIRECT PULL
I recommend a double pulley system with all hanging feeders. Single pulley,
direct pull set-ups are un-safe and much harder on your equipment.
*The Boss Buck winches are not a worm gear fitted system. You would need a worm geared winch if you intend to use a drill motor to crank up your unit. Otherwise the drill motor winds the cable on the Boss Buck winch too fast and it does not distribute evenly on the spool.*