Gitzo Set of 3 Replacement Rubber Leg-Tips

Gitzo Set of 3 Replacement Rubber Leg-Tips

Gitzo Set of 3 Replacement Rubber Leg-Tips

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  • For Series 2 Gitzo Tripods

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This Gitzo Set of 3 Replacement Rubber Leg-Tips can be used to replace the leg tips of Series 2 Gitzo tripods that feature threaded tips.

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Gitzo Set of 3 Replacement Rubber Leg-Tips
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    Gitzo D1220.25JPQ specs

    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 0.15 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 3.5 x 2.5 x 1.0"

    Gitzo D1220.25JPQ reviews

    Set of 3 Replacement Rubber Leg-Tips is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 86.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from You might need extras! These tips work well on a variety of surfaces, indoors and out. If you have a Gitzo pod, as I do (3540), you might need an extra set of these, because they show an amazing propensity to remove themselves in the field. For outdoors use, the fine adjustability afforded by the thread is completely unnecessary, so you could just use a medium-weight thread locking compound and not have to carry spares. I used the new tripod for a month in the field, and lost a tip 4 times! I only recovered a tip twice, so I ended the trip with two tips missing, and the screw holes full of mud. I'll buy another set, but lock-tite the threads.
    Date published: 2008-03-02
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from I will buy this product again and again. Not that I want to buy them again....but I lost one off my $700.00 Gitzo tripod after just one outing. I Googled this and it seems to be a widespread problem with Gitzo tripod feet. What happens is, if you carry the tripod over your shoulder and one of the feet starts contacting another object a certain way, the foot will just start coming unscrewed until it falls off. The lesson learned is, tighten the feet as much as you can before you head out. I also might check into some rubber O-rings to see if that might solve the problem-- or maybe even wrapping the threads with some teflon plumbers tape.
    Date published: 2011-04-14
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Definately Get These... If you have a Gitzo tripod and have these feet, more than likely you will eventually need a replacement. I lost one during an evening of sightseeing in Washington DC. It happened on the first night and the rest of the trip was plagued by a slippery design with (2) legs on my tripod that had feet and one leg that did not. I looked for these for 2 weeks when I got back and B&H was the only place that I could find that had them. So, bottom line...Get a set of replacements now, and keep shooting. Because sooner or later one will come unscrewed from your legs. The design is solid, but I would recommend adding Loc-Tite to your leg screws if you think you won't change between the spike mount. I found this style of foot to be the most beneficial to my shooting style, since most of my work is indoors.
    Date published: 2008-11-23
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Handy Replacement Gear for Gitzo Tripods While using a Gitzo carbon fiber tripod shooting in deep grass in San Diego, I suddenly noticed one of the tripod legs was missing its rubber tip. A futile search of the area was unrewarding. For the remainder of the the shoot I had to limit tripod placement to surfaces which would not damage the exposed naked tripod leg. Although the replacement kit contains 3 rubber tips, it is a little pricey. The new tip screwed easily into the exposed leg. Furthermore, I now have two extra rubber tips squirreled away in my tripod bag in the hopefully unlikely event of another lost tip! While I probably would not have bought these when I first acquired the tripod -- I am glad that I have them now.
    Date published: 2010-08-08
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fit perfectly with GT 2541 The replacement rubber leg-tips fit perfectly with my GT2541. Although I am a bit bombed how easy the tip came loose on the tripod itself, considering how much I paid for the tripod and only had it for less than a month before the tip was lost. Nonetheless, the replacement was a perfect fit and work well. I am back in business...
    Date published: 2012-03-20
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Not an identical replacement for GT3541 The original GT3541 tripod lag-tip has an o-ring. The purpose of the o-ring is to prevent liquid and/or moisture getting into the inside of the legs. The GT3541 legs have o-ring grove to accommodate o-ring. This replacement does not have o-ring. Under $10, people can build 4 replacement DIY tips within 10-15 minutes by using bolts, nuts, and chair-leg protection rubbers to achieve the same function provided by this $30 replacement. Option: use teflon tape with this product to achieve desired protection from moisture and water.
    Date published: 2013-11-18
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Fits but smaller Got this to replace one rubber foot on my gitzo explorer 2220 explorer tripod. I am happy to find these as they fit and will work. They are however shorter then the orig. Also, there are no warshers but again seems like they are not necessary and works. Do wish they were the same size.
    Date published: 2016-01-27
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from You Need Backup Parts Need to have some backup parts when your out in the field. Not haveing the rubber leg tips on your tripod can have some negitive affects. Such as mud getting in the shaft of the tripod leg, or not getting proper footing on slipery rocks.
    Date published: 2008-08-10
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