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Porta-Jib 40' FlexTrak for Spider Dolly

Porta-Jib 40' FlexTrak for Spider Dolly
Key Features
  • Flexible Track for Spider Dolly
  • Coils up for Easy Storage and Transport
  • Very Flexible for Any Configuration
  • Track Loops for Single 17' Run
Create a curved, angled, or circular dolly moves with this 40' FlexTrak from Porta-Jib. The track is compatible with the Porta-Jib/Losmandy Spider Dolly and it measures 40' in length. To create a dual track for the dolly, the track can be looped around to create a 17' dolly range. The track can be coiled up into a 2' spiral for transport and storage, and it weighs a total of 30 lb. It can also be used with separately available track channels to ensure a straight dolly path.
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Can you use a 4 wheel base on the track?

Can you use a 4 wheel base on the track?
Asked by: Darien
Yes you can. This system can be used with something like the Porta-Jib 3-Leg Spider Dolly (Track Wheels) which has such wheels on it, BH #POSP3T.
Answered by: Joseph
Date published: 2019-12-22

Do you also include a tripod and rail?

Do you also include a tripod and rail?
Asked by: TOSHIO
This is just for the track. It does not include anything else.
Answered by: Joseph
Date published: 2021-02-07

What is the diameter of the track?

What is the diameter of the track?
Asked by: Barry
The diameter of the track is approximately 1 1/2".
Answered by: Dennis A
Date published: 2021-07-22


what is included with this item ? is it the track only or the legs too ? also what's the max load ?
Asked by: Philippe
It's the track and the spreader legs with rollers. I have no idea what the max load is but we're using a Sachtler Flowtech 75 tripod with FSB-8 fluid head tripod and Sony FS5 camera. We actually throw sand bags down on the spreader to prevent any slight jitters. The track is solid and I suspect could take a substantial amount of weight if necessary. We use it inside a studio to shoot vehicles. For the money we've found it's worth the investment.
Answered by: Jim R.
Date published: 2019-09-26
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