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  1. Hello all, I think I have a fault with my spider jack 2.1, after reading a few threads and searching the net I thought the best thing to do is see if anyone else has had the same problem as me. The problem: The spiderjack is not loading under weight. My spiderjack is set up correctly as the specs and diagram shows in the hand book, it loads when I am static on the ground but as soon as I start to climb its just doesn't want to load. I can load it manual by brining my rope up as if I was stopping a slipping prusk but even then it still likes to slip. It would be greatly appreciated if anyone can give me some feedback or help. thanks Jamie
  2. Afternoon All, Thought we'd share a few great photographs of our 23 metre working height, narrow width tracked access platform (MEWP) now available for hire! Urban Access, based here in Bournemouth, Dorset are specialists in both the Hire and Sales of New and Pre-Owned, High Quality Narrow Width - dual fuel - tracked spiderlift / spiderjack access platform systems. We have just taken delivery of our new 23 metre working height and 12 metre outreach, narrow width tracked spiderlift and it is already proving to be very popular indeed.... Michelle is our spiderlift specialist and with her wealth of knowledge and experience with arboricultural working at height applications, she is ready and waiting to help you with any requirements that you might have Please contact her on 01202 593411 or email [email protected] You can also view our full range of machines available for both hire and sale by visiting our websites Sales Urban Access Ltd: Specialists in UK Powered Access Sales of New and Used / Secondhand Access Platforms, Cherry Pickers and MEWPS. Service and Maintenance Contracts with LOLER Inspections. Approved IPAF and PASMA Training Centres Hire Urban Access Rentals Hope to hear from you guys soon :-)
  3. Just lost out on one this morning on eBay and I had my heart set on getting one. Anyone on here able to point me in the right direction? Cheers, Josh
  4. Hi guys, Just finished making an instructional video for Spiderjack climbing. Most of it's fairly basic, but ART have let me announce a couple of new optional modifications for the Spiderjack. Sorry about the wind noise! Did my best with filters, which is part of the reason my voice goes tinny and high-pitched so often (no, it's not just puberty). The two new modifications are: (1) a new metal ring, with custom-made dyneema sling, which replaces the velcro and converts the SJ to the two-carabiner setup which so many people are using. (2) a replacement for the lower lever, which includes a metal half-pulley to make it a bit easier to operate the device when the tail is deflected. I'm not too sure about the correct way of doing this, but I think that if you click on the images you can download these really cool, 3D exploded drawings of the new parts. Hope you enjoy the vid, and it's not too basic. Please share any of your tips or tricks (I'm [email protected]) and I'll try and make another more advanced video next year sometime. Oh, and the new parts should be in the shops by February. Merry Christmas!

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