WTB: parts for Manfrotto 3001 or Tiltall

Discussion in '[Classifieds] Want to Buy' started by darinwc, May 18, 2010.

  1. darinwc

    darinwc Subscriber

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    Just picked up a Manfrotto 3001 tripod legs. It needs 2 or 3 screws and nuts for the leg locks.


    looking for handles for the Tiltall. Both base locks and head locks. I have checked the web and I can buy the pars new, but for the price i could buy a brand new tiltall.


    **failing that, if anyone is interested in puchasing or trading what I have for parts..
    the Tiltall is brand new $25 + shipping.
    The manfrotto is in good shape except for the missing parts, and it has a partial video head as well.. offer?
     
  2. epatsellis

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    the handles are like $15 each, if I remember correctly, $60 for the set.

    If you even moderately handy, and have a friend with a lathe, you could make them for less, most likely just a case of his favorite beer. They're pretty simple, really.
     
  3. Rick A

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    Look for Gary Regester/Tiltall support. I dont have the link handy, but he sells replacement parts for all versions of the Tiltalls. The newer parts are much nicer than the original. I'll swap you an Olympus XA for the Tiltall.
     
  4. Jon Shiu

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    check B&H for the Manfrotto parts.

    Jon
     
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    Here's a link for Tiltall: http://tiltallsupport.blogspot.com/

    Note that his prices for parts include shipping. I've had a few Tiltall's over the years and have one now. All well made and, IMHO, a perfect size for most users/uses - not too small, not too big, just right.
     
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    I have a Tiltall that belonged to my good friend Art Kane, it wobbles a little, but if you need it for parts that wouldn't matter. $75
     
  7. Rick A

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    Gary Regester sells reconditioned Tiltalls for $75