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Spectra Precision 2162 Heavy Duty Elevating Aluminum Tripod
Model#: SPCN2162
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Spectra Precision 2162 Heavy Duty Elevating Aluminum Tripod

Model#: SPCN2162
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$159.99
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This durable aluminum tripod supports various layout lasers and tools such as rotary lasers and optical scopes. Complete with a heavy-duty shoulder strap for easy transportation, Spectra Precision's 2162 Aluminum Tripod is a solid choice for land layout and surveying. This model is designed with an elevating platform for additional height adjustments.
Features:
  • Elevating tool platform for added versatility
  • Lightweight yet durable aluminum hinge, clamp and shoe castings
  • Screw attached hinges
  • Heavy-duty poly-webbing shoulder strap
  • Electrostatically power painted castings for a long lasting finish
Includes:
  • Heavy Duty Elevating Aluminum Tripod - 2162
  • Shoulder Strap

Specifications

Max. Height: 74-in
Min. Height: 52-in

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    What size mounting screw, 5/8 X 11, or 1/4 X 20?
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