Pricing includes USA/Canada postage. Payment is AFTER receipt. Paypal preferred. personal check, OK. Again, include name and address with order. See payment details and order link below.
See INVENTORY NOTES and explainations at bottom of page.
Available parts from tiltallsupport.com shown in photo above:
Rubber Pad for Camera Platform $8
Rubber Stopper for Column BASE at TEP-6 $5 - see Options notes below
Rubber Stopper for Column TOP at Head/Apex, $8 - see Options notes below
TEP1 Short Handle for Pan-Head (only Black) $18 - see TEP Install notes below
FOOT - Rubber Cane Tip option - see blog - 3 pcs for $12 - see
**TEP6 Column BASE 1/4-20 thread (note if S or B finish prefered) $12 - will NOT work on Marchioni or Leitz! use for only Unifot, Omicron, KingHome - see blog
**Aluminum Tripod Platform $20 Black only
**See reference photo at bottom of page regarding these parts:
TEP2 Long Handle (no longer offering - see notes below)
TEP4 Column "Screw" Handle (no longer offering - see notes below)
TEP5 "Foot" (discontinued by manufacturer, see blog)
Special Malcolm Denemark Cork Pad - order directly from Malcolm - see blog
Inner "bush - 024" inside tripod apex is a DIY project - see blog
Leg lock bushings are no longer being offered - please do inquire or try bhphoto.com or eBay
ORDER DETAILS with ORDER/inquiry LINK following:
ORDER INFORMATION- This is a very informal support effort for Tiltall tripods - replacement parts post out of Colorado without a formal invoice. Pricing above includes shipment by post within the USA and Canada - postal charges beyond US/Canada will be added at direct cost.
NEW OPTIONS from us. Telescoping and Headless MONOCOLUMN - (Black finish only) - extends camera 18 inches higher than original Tiltall head/column. Price: $55 USD incl. USPS Priority 2nd Day service in USA. Others, please inquire. Click on photo to enlarge. (Monocolumn does not include the ballhead or the scope - we do not plan to sell monoballs - see blog).
Notes: These headless monocolumn are compatible with KingHome, Leitz, StarD NY, Unifot and Omicron versions of Tiltall. The later Marchioni (shouldered version - see blog) is compatible with a inner bushing change. The original "shouderless" Marchioni lacks the inner bushing and some machining of the tripod would be needed - not recommended. Adaptation to the other versions of Tiltall may need some adjustment of this inner bushing for optimal up/down adjustment as the ID of the Tiltall and its column has changed slightly in the six iterations from the Marchioni to the present KingHome. All of the removable fiber or plastic bushes need to be "considered" with the headless monocolumn for best fit - the Marchioni and Leitz used a thicker fiber bush and they need exchanged for thinner - keep your original for re-use of your Tiltall column. The StarD, Uniphot are OK with existing bushing, but I recommend a thinner bush. The Omicron and KingHome should need no change.
BETTER OPTIONS from others - Column rubber stops - top and bottom - are more easily and cheaply found in the plumbing section of a good local hardware store, Home Depot or Lowes. The center column of the Tiltall is 1.25inches - so, the same diameter as a P- or S-trap drain assembly under your sink. Use a "square-cut" slip joint washer for the column base stopper and a "basin mack gasket" for the top rubber stopper. See next two screensaves.
here and here. If you live 100 miles, more or less, from the nearest Lowes or Home Depot, let me know.
|Reference photo of parts, many no longer offered.|
TEP5 FOOT - the "Unifot" foot design is not longer continued by King Home Taiwan, the current owner of Tiltall. see blog for foot details. If you want to keep your TILTALL with original parts, search eBay for an identical Tiltall by the exact maker of your Tiltall - there are seven different manufacturers. Then blend the two into a great re-newed single Tiltall - then part out the rest.
Dealer Inquiries, with apologies, we have no dealer program, but I would be happy to put you in touch with Oliver Yang, KingHome, Taiwan.
Page updated on 10 October 2015