Slackers No Seat Zipline Instructions

Slackers No Seat Zipline Instructions
ZIPLINE KIT WITH SEAT INSTRUCTIONS AND SAFETY RULES READ CAREFULLY!
Thank you for your purchase of the slackers™ ZIPLINE! This product was engineered to provide safe fun for ages 8 to 14 years
when the instructions and rules are followed. Please read and follow all instructions carefully when installing and riding your
slackers™ ZIPLINE.
IMPORTANT: FILL IN YOUR DATE OF PURCHASE
ON YOUR MAIN CABLE STICKER!
KIT CONTAINS:
G.
D.
A. (1) Steel Trolley with sealed ball bearing pulleys. Non-slip grips.
B.
B. (1) Main Cable length varies with model, 3/16in (.48cm) galvanized steel
cable, w/looped eye on one end and tree protection tube.
C. (1) Sling Cable 5ft. (1.53m), 3/16in (.48cm) steel cable w/looped eye
and tree protection tube.
D. (1) Turnbuckle 6in (15.24cm) Steel w/ 2 eye bolts & nuts.
E. (3) U-clamps 3/16in(.48cm) with thread cover caps.
C.
F. (1) Seat and Rope Only included with kits with seats. Seat color varies.
G. (1) Turnbuckle backup cable with 3 U-Clamps 3/16in(.48cm) with thread cover caps.
A.
E.
F.
(1) Instructions
Items Required (Not Included):
1) Step ladder
6)
2) (6) Small nails
7)
3) Duct or electrical tape
8)
4) (2) Helpers with brooms
9)
5) Pair of safety glasses
10)
WARNING: ADULT SUPERVISION
REQUIRED - SERIOUS INJURY OR
DEATH MAY RESULT - Always exercise
(2) Adjustable wrenches
Pair of work gloves
100 ft. Tape measure
Torque Wrench
Safety Helmet
1. BE SAFE! ALWAYS FOLLOW THESE RULES
THIS PRODUCT IS INTENDED FOR USE BY CHILDREN 8-14 YEARS OLD
• To be setup and installed only by an Adult.
• Adult supervision is required at all times.
• Maximum weight 150lbs (68kg). This zipline is designed for children
to ride a few feet off ground.
• Wear suitable shoes and close fitting clothing. No jewelry, scarves
or other loose clothing.
• Make sure everything is installed correctly. Inspect and test the
line before each use.
• If worn or damaged parts are found, contact b4Adventure for
replacement parts – DO NOT substitute with other,
non-b4Adventure parts or failure resulting in injury may result.
To order parts: 1-844-834-4334.
• Remain seated for the entire ride, wait until you have stopped
COMPLETELY before letting go of the trolley or dismounting seat.
One zipline rider only at a time. Keep people and animals at
least 25ft (7.62 m) away from the zipline course.
• Never use the line when it is wet or if there is rain or lightning in the
area.
• Do not place fingers or hair inside of trolley or serious injury may
result.
• Do not reach up to grab cable while riding or as a spectator to slow
down rider or serious injury may result.
extreme caution when ziplining. Keep bystanders
at least 25ft. (7.6m) away from the zipline course
to avoid collisions. Only one rider at a time. No
loose clothing or jewelery while riding. Keep
long hair away from trolley. Adjust rope and seat
so that rider’s head is below the trolley.
WARNING: ADULT ASSEMBLY
REQUIRED - This product should be unpacked
and assembled by an adult, including site and
tree selection as well as secure cable attachment.
WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD -
This product contains small parts. Do not allow
children under 3 years of age near the parts or
assembly area.
WARNING: HELMET REQUIREMENT
A helmet is recommended while ziplining. All
helmet straps must be secured and tight to avoid
strangulation. Adult supervision Required.
CPSC & ASTM – The components in this product
comply with U.S.CPSC and ASTM safety Standards
for toys ages 6 and over.
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2. CHOOSING THE ZIP LINE COURSE
38 inches
circumfence
Use extreme care when selecting your zipline course.
or more
• Select a location where the whole course can be easily supervised.
• Attachment trees MUST be healthy and be at least 38 inches (97cm) in
circumference or 12” (31cm) in diameter. Use tape measure to check this.
Note: Measure the trees at least 6 feet up from ground level.
• Never attach to a tree showing excessive decay, cracks, exposed roots,
diseases, excessive lean, damage from weather or poor tree
architecture. Select trees in stable, non-saturated soils (not in
WARNING: UN-HEALTHY TREE HAZARD areas with eroding soils or in a wet area of the yard. Do not
Do not attach or use a tree that is not healthy, diseased
select trees in an area that has been recently cleared.
or damaged. It may fail and cause serious injury or
even death.
• If you are unsure of your tree’s health, contact an arborist and
have them assess your tree’s health and suitability.
Tip: One good place start looking for an arborist - Visit: http://www.isa-arbor.com/find an arborist/findanarborist.aspx.
• If you are attaching to other types of posts or poles, you must get the opinion of a qualified engineer, as suitability of the
‘side load’ strength is required. QUESTIONS? Please call us at 1-844-834-4334.
• Make sure you have enough cable to reach and secure to, both trees! Your long, course cable should be able to touch both
trees at the same time, and have at least 5 feet of extra cable left over.
• Course should be free of obstacles: bushes, other trees, rocks, debris, hard surfaces or anything that could cause injury.
• Do not setup course on a steep hill as unsafe speeds may result. See Sloping Course Adjustment Section.
• The longest zipline kits we sell are for 100’ maximum courses length. b4Adventure does not sell longer kits as the starting
height is too high for rider’s starting height.
• Do not setup course over swimming pools, ponds, streams, rivers or any other bodies of water as drowning may result.
• Do not setup near power lines or in public lands, parks or other areas that may prohibit ziplining.
• Make sure there are not branches or other obstacles at the either the Start or Finish Point that could injure a rider.
Start Point Launching - The best and safest way to launch your riders, is to have them first get on the zipline seat at the
lowest part of your course (where the most dipping/sagging occurs) and then tow them back up to the starting point. This
method helps eliminate the need for a platform and ladder where falling accidents are most likely to occur. It is recommended
that you place cushioning materials in and around your course - See Public Playground Safety Handbook:
Visit www.cpsc.gov//PageFiles/122149/325.pdf.
IF YOU ARE STILL GOING TO
USE A PLATFORM:
Your start point platform must be
stable and strong enough to stand
on and on level flat surface.
Launching the rider
Have the rider mount
the seat at the lowest
point on the line.
Then push or pull
them up to the Start
Point and release.
CAUTION: If you decide to use a
zipline without a rider seat, you
Start Point
Finish Point
increase the chance of a rider
losing their grip on the trolley
and falling, resulting in possible
injury. USE CAUTION AND COMMON SENSE in the height of your zipline course, your riders should be as low as possible so
that if they do lose their grip, they only fall a few feet to the ground.
PROTECTING YOUR SETUP TREES:
If you would like even greater protection, the Tree Huggerz kit (SLA.481) is also
available from b4Adventure (sold separately).
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3. ZIPLINE COURSE SETUP
WARNING: SPEED HAZARD - DO NOT
SET UP AN UNSAFE ZIPINE.
ZIPLINE COURSE SETUP GOAL - The setup goal is to
have the rider accelerate at first, then at the last third of
the course start decelerating and finish the course actually
going slightly uphill at the end, due to “dipping” or “sagging”
of the zipline and rider as they progress down the course.
In most cases, the rider will roll to a stop at the end, but will
then roll backwards toward middle.
A steep zipline course or one that has too much line
tension will create an unsafe, dangerous, high-speed
course that could cause serious injury or death. See
your zipline instructions for proper setup. It is critical
that the rider will already be slowing down before they
finish the course. BE SAFE NOT FAST!
FLAT OR LEVEL COURSE ATTACHMENT HEIGHT GUIDELINE
General Set up: Start Point Height for Course (space between trees)
Course length -> 100 ft.* 90 ft.
80 ft.
70 ft.
60 ft. 50 ft. 40 ft. 30 ft.
Initial Setting -> 138 in. 132 in. 126 in. 120 in. 114 in. 108 in. 102 in. 96 in.
(from ground)
Height to set
End Point
84 in.
*This table is meant to aid setup showing minimum heights. Adjustments for rider height and weight as well as terrain variations should be taken into
consideration. At no time should the trolley hit the U-clamps at the Finish Point when testing. If so, lower the Start Point attachment height and retest.
Note how the line “sags/dips”
as the rider goes down the
course, slowing the rider down.
As the rider goes down the course:
Accelerating>>>>>Peak Speed>>>>>Starting to Slow>>>>>Slowing more>>>>Slow to a STOP Roll backwards slightly
Do not add additional slope to the cable! It will not improve the ride and may create a danger to the rider.
SLOPING COURSE ADJUSTMENT ATTACHMENT HEIGHT GUIDELINE
If the course is sloping downhill, you need to measure how much drop in inches at ground level it is from your Start Point
compared to your Finish Point and then subtract that from your Start Point height. For example: Your course is 80 feet, and
you estimate the ground level drop is 24 inches, you would need to set your Start Point height at 102 inches (126 inches less
24 inches). See chart for the maximum you can REDUCE your Start Point height. (NEVER HAVE YOUR START POINT LESS
THAN 84 INCHES FROM THE GROUND).
Course length (Feet):
100 ft.
90 ft.
80 ft.
70 ft.
60 ft.
50 ft. 40 ft. 30 ft.
Initial Setup Start Point Height (Inches):
138 in. 132 in. 126 in. 120 in. 114 in. 108 in. 102 in. 96 in.
Maximum Slope Height Reduction Allowed (Inches): 54 in.
48 in.
42 in.
36 in.
30 in. 24 in. 18 in. 12 in.
Every course is different, examine the course clearances so the rider’s feet do not drag near the end of the course.
Start Point
24 inches
of drop
}
Finish Point
Sloping Grou
nd -> ->
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4. ATTACHING YOUR ZIPLINE
The installation should only be performed by an adult and in accordance with these instructions. Your sling and course cable
come with protective tubing for the bark of your tree.
Step A: Loop Sling cable around the Start Point Tree.
Note: If Start Point tree’s diameter is too big, you can reverse the setup so the sling cable is at the finish point. For a
longer sling cable, contact b4 Adventure at 1-844-834-4334 or visit www.slackersline.com/accessories.
• Install Tip Option: Determine your Start Point and Finish Point heights, use three of the six small nails for each tree
to keep the cable from slipping down the tree during installation. Note: Do not put the nails into or through the cable.
• Fully extend the turnbuckle and attach one turnbuckle end to the sling cable ends with the nut and bolt-See Install
Overview Diagram. Note: If Start Point tree’s diameter is too big, you can reverse the setup so the sling cable is at
the finish point. For a longer sling cable, call b4 Adventure at 1-844-834-4334.
Take the looped eye end of the main cable and attach it to the other end of the turnbuckle(with the nut and bolt)
Start Point
INSTALL OVERVIEW DIAGRAM
(see Height Guideline)
Finish Point
(84 inches height)
Cable
• Unwind the course cable along the zipline course removing any twists.
• Thread the cable through the trolley, below the two trolley bearings and above the grips shaft.
• Wrap the un-looped end around your Finish Point tree (letting the cable rest on the three small nails)
Step B: U-Clamp installation - Have your helping friends use their brooms to lift and support the trolley and cable while you
perform the installation. This will help you pull out the slack and attach your U-Clamps.
When you wrap your zipline around the finishing point tree, you want to form a “tear drop” shaped wrap around the
tree-See illustration below. Do not tighten up tight against the tree!
• With helpers supporting the trolley and cable, pull the wrapped cable as tight as you can with your hands.
While holding tight with one
CORRECT CABLE WRAP Tear-Drop Shaped
INCORRECT-Too Tight!
hand, attach the first u-clamp
and tighten slightly, 2’ from
Closest U-Clamp
Cable Damage
tree.
may occur!
Tree
• Repeat the above until you
Tree
Pole
Pole
have removed as much slack
by hand as possible. Tighten
the first U-Clamp, and install
For example: the tree is 14 inches in diameter, your closest
the second and third ones as
U-Clamp Distance 1 1/2 times the Diameter
U-clamp after final tightening, should be 21 inches from the tree.
shown. Tighten all three to
30 foot pounds of torque, or
Cut-end
Third installed
First installed Second installed
as tightly as possible with
of cable MUST
U-clamp
U-clamp
U-clamp
U-shape
be on top of
hand tools only. Do not
thread
course cable
3-Inches between U-Bolts
overtighten!
• Tidy up your excess cable
by simply coiling it up and
U-Clamp
Course-end
securing and covering it
Washer
of cable
on bottom
with duct tape.
Thread Cover Cap
Place thread cover caps on each exposed thread
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5. TURNBUCKLE TIGHTENING
Using the turnbuckle to tighten - Inspect your initial installation work carefully and thoroughly. The zipline cable can hold weight
many times that of most riders and is the least likely part of the course to fail. The loops, u-clamps and attachment trees are the
most likely to fail, and therefore should be inspected extra carefully and often.
• Tune the zipline by tightening turnbuckle, this is
done twisting the center section of it.
• Tighten the line until it “appears” to be nearly
level or straight. DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN.
• You can now remove your six small nails used
to hold the cables in position during installation.
6. MANDATORY TESTING YOUR ZIPLINE INSTALLTION
When your course setup is complete and
before a rider takes the first ride you must
perform two important tests.
A - Load Stress test
B - Course speed test
WARNING: ADULT STRESS TEST REQUIRED -
This product should be tested using 250lbs(113kg) at 5 feet (152cm)
from each end of the cable at the Start and Finish Points.
WARNING: ADULT SPEED TEST REQUIRED -
The zipline course speed should be tested using a 250 lbs(113kg) .
weight hung from the trolley to check course speed.
A - Load Stress Test
Test your installation at 5ft (152cm) from each end
of the cable, one of two ways.
• Either suspend 250lbs (113kg) from the rope
attached to the trolley OR
• Throw a rope over the cable and have a 250 lbs
(113 kg) person lift their weight off the ground.
• Note: Look and listen for any issues.
This will ensure that the attachment structure and
cabling is stable and secure.
• DO NOT EXCEED 250 LBS (113 kg) for the test.
B-Course Speed Test
The test weight should never hit the Finish Point U-clamps!
With the 250 lbs (113kg) weight attached to the trolley,
launch the trolley down the course. The test weight
should slow down past the midpoint as the sag or
dipping in the cable comes into play. It should continue
to slow down and come to a gentle stop just short of the
first U-clamp. If the test weight hits the U-clamp, simply
adjust the cable tension (loosen the turnbuckle) or if more
speed reduction is required, adjust attachment heights:
Raise Finish Point or lower Start Point. BE SAFE, NOT FAST!
REPEAT TEST 5 TIMES! This test helps stretch out cable.
Start Point
Finish Point
Push weight to
Start Point and
release. Be careful not
to be in the way.
250lbs.
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7. FINAL TUNING AND TURNBUCKLE SAFETY BACKUP
• After the Course Speed Test, your zipline cable may “stretch” a little (which is normal) and require some additional
tightening by using your turnbuckle.
• Check the tightness of all nuts and bolts of all clamps, the turnbuckle and the trolley.
• Always walk the area and remove any rocks, debris or objects that might harm the riders. NEVER assume that the
course is clear, check it before each use.
• If you have extra cable at the end of your setup. You must either coil up carefully the extra cable and tape or cover
it so no rider can become entangle in it, OR cut off the extra cable just after the last U-clamp and place a piece of
tape on the cut end to prevent possible injury.
• Check the rope knot on the bottom of the seat and make sure the knot will NOT pull through the seat.
• Check the trolley grips and make sure they do not slip or twist.
• Always make sure your riders KNOW AND FOLLOW ALL INSTRUCTIONS.
INSTALL TURNBUCKLE SAFETY BACKUP:
Install your turnbuckle safety back-up cable (available on certain zipline kits). Note: The safety backup should be installed
after all turnbuckle adjustments are finished. It must be removed if future adjustments are required.
• Slide the cable through both of the sling cables eye loops and thecourse cable eye loop.
• Pull out slack until you have a snug fit around the turnbuckle connection points.
• Attach the three U-clamps on to overlapped sections of cable
• Place thread cover caps on each of the U-bolts.
BACKUP BRAKING SYSTEM Bungee Brake Kit (SLA.483) is
available as a separate item. If you set up your zipline properly, this
kit is not required, but is intended as a course safety backup. Do not
use a ground stake to secure a bungee brake system as it can
become a projectile and cause serious injury or death.
WE ARE HERE TO HELP YOU!
IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS ABOUT YOUR ZIPLINE
PLEASE FEEL FREE TO CONTACT US:
1-844-834-4334 OR EMAIL US AT info@b4Adventure.com
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8. RIDER INSTRUCTIONS-REVIEW WITH ALL RIDERS!
(for ziplines with and without seats)
1. Only one rider at a time.
2. Do not move in front of, behind or in close proximity to a moving rider.
3. The best and safest way to launch your riders, is to have them first get on the zipline seat (or grip
the trolley handle) at the lowest part of your course (where the most dipping/sagging occurs) and
then tow them back up to the starting point and then carefully release them.
4. Hold the trolley handles tightly while the zipline is in motion.
5. Mounting the seat, simply slide the seat between your legs then grab onto the trolley grips and you
are ready for launching!
Figure 1
6. Rider must remain seated – no standing, kneeling or other positions.
7. Dismounting the seat- Wait until you have come to a complete stop. Grab onto the rope in between
the trolley and the seat. While holding onto the rope, dismount (Figure 1).
8. Adjusting the seat height – Rider’s head should always be below the trolley. Slide the excess rope
through the lower loop of the figure-8 rope adjuster (Figure 2), then pull the slack through on the
other side of the upper loop of the adjuster.
9. Make certain that the rider’s head is well below the trolley by adjusting the rope and seat (Figure 3).
Or if your kit has no seat, hold the trolley with arms extended, keeping the head below the trolley.
Figure 2
10. Adult supervision required at all times.
11. Check the grips to make sure they are tight and not loose.
12. Do not let bystanders pull or push riders down the course as this could create dangerous speed
resulting in serious injury. Riders should have clean, dry hands before gripping the trolley handles.
13. Keep pets away from the zipline course at all times.
14. To avoid spinning on the seat, instruct rider to keep a firm grip on the trolley, until they finish riding
and are dismounting.
15. All riders must wear a helmet with straps secured.
Figure 3
GO OVER THE ABOVE RULES EVERYTIME THE ZIPLINE IS USED.
BE SAFE, NOT FAST.
QUESTIONS OR SETUP ISSUES?
Get answers 24/7 at: www.slackersline.com/help-center/
Watch helpful videos at:
Youtube.com/slackersziplinevideos
STILL NEED MORE HELP?
Contact our support team at: info@b4Adventure.com
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9. MANDATORY MAINTENANCE
REPLACE YOUR ZIPLINE SLING CABLE AND
COURSE CABLE AFTER EVERY 12 MONTHS
OF NORMAL USE! CONTACT b4Adventure to
order: 1-844-834-4334 SAFETY FIRST!
SAFETY FIRST!
CHECK YOUR INSTALLATION BEFORE EACH
USE.
WARNING: MAINTENANCE REQUIRED - This
product has parts that can wear or loosen during use. Tighten
all hardware and inspect all components for wear. Check grips
for loosening. Replace with only b4Adventure parts.
WARNING: WIRE ROPE/CABLE WEAR - Wire
rope/cable will FAIL if misused, abused, worn-out or damaged.
DO NOT use rope/cable that is damaged or worn-out. Be safe
and REPLACE IT.
LOOK AT YOUR HARDWARE! REPLACE IF YOU SEE ANY OF THE FOLLOWING CONDITIONS:
GRIPS
CABLES
FRAYED
Cable strands visible
& unraveling.
CRIMPED
Gaps in the strands where
the cable was crimped.
RUSTY/DISCOLORED
Cable is rusty, orange
weathered or dull.
TROLLEY GRIPS
Check for looseness, peeling
or other deterioration
• Take down your zipline cable when not in use for long periods of time, this will help prevent rusting of the
cable and unsupervised usage.
• Bring the rope and swing inside whenever the temperature drops below 32 degrees Fahrenheit (0 degrees Celsius).
• Store your zipline cable, parts and these instructions in the clear bag provided so you will have them handy the next
time your set up your zipline course.
• Before EVERY use, check the anchor points, trolley, steel line, rope, knots, trolley grips, support and all connections
for any hint of looseness, damage, deterioration, excess wear, rope fraying, breaks or sharp edges and replace as
necessary.
• Use only b4Adventure replacement parts
Twice a month during the play season:
• Rake and check depth of loose fill or protective surfacing materials to prevent compaction and to maintain
appropriate depth. Replace as necessary. See Public Playground Safety Handbook:
Visit www.cpsc.gov//PageFiles/122149/325.pdf.
Once a month during the play season:
• Check all moving parts including seat, rope and hardware for wear, rust or other deterioration. Replace as needed.
• Lubricate all metallic moving parts.
• Perform the Stress and Course Speed Testing frequently
• If you are using a Start Point Structure inspect it every month for looseness, stability and wear.
At the end of each play season or when the temperature drops below 32F (0C)
• Take down your entire zipline setup and store indoors.
• Inspect all parts for wear/damage. Replace before next season of use.
WHEN FOLLOWED CORRECTLY, THESE INSTRUCTIONS WILL PROVIDE FOR LONG LASTING AND SAFE USE
OF YOUR SLACKERS™ ZIPLINE.
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10. DISCLAIMER AND PARTS LIST
Important Product Disclaimer and Notice
Activities involving the installation and use of ziplines are inherently hazardous by
their nature. Poor installation, poor site selection, inadequate rider instruction, poor
adult supervision or improper use can cause severe injury or death.
WARRANTY: 1 year from date of purchase for parts and workmanship. The buyer,
installer and user of the slackers™ ZIPLINE must:
1. Read, understand and follow the installation instructions and Safety Rules.
2. Ensure proper oversight, supervision and instruction of others on the safe use
and operation of the zipline.
3. Ensure that all equipment is properly installed, used, inspected and maintained
before each use.
4. Before each use, check to see that obstructions and hazards are removed from
the zipline path and that all non-users are at a safe distance from that path.
5. Use common sense and avoid taking risks.
The buyer, installer and user of this product assume all risk and accept all
responsibility for any damage or injury, including death, that may arise from the use
of the slackers™ ZIPLINE.
Be Careful and Have Safe Fun Outdoors!
REPLACEMENT CABLE PARTS –TO ORDER CALL 1-844-834-4334
or go to slackersline.com/accessories.
25% Cable Replacement Discount Code: b4replacement
Item Number
SLA.C005 .......................
SLA.C010 .......................
SLA.C012 .......................
SLA.C065 .......................
SLA.C085 .......................
SLA.C095 .......................
Description
5 Foot Sling Cable
10 Foot Sling Cable
2 Foot Sling Cable
65 Foot Course Main Cable
85 Foot Course Main Cable
95 Foot Course Main Cable
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