NS Design CRBEPS Endpin Stand Conversion Kit

Item # SA871BEPSCK
| UPC # 857923000194
Our Price: $80.00
Retail: $105.00 | You Save: 23%
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 The stand converter head and foot pieces attach to the tripod stand to support the end pin stand when not in use, as shown at the left.

The U-shaped head piece screws into the top of the tripod stand using the large mounting bolt, as shown in the picture to the right. The small knob can be screwed in to keep the end pin stand in place.

The foot is installed by inserting the small aluminum hook into the hole at the bottom of the tripod stand. The foot must be tilted up, as shown below left, to allow entry of the hook into the stand.

When the hook is all the way up into the stand, simply tilt the foot forward into its final location. Tilt it back up to remove. 

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