Manfrotto Replacement Leg Lock Lever for Select Manfrotto Tripods

Manfrotto Replacement Leg Lock Lever for Select Manfrotto Tripods

Manfrotto Replacement Leg Lock Lever for Select Manfrotto Tripods

B&H # MARO55109 MFR # R055,109
Manfrotto Replacement Leg Lock Lever for Select Manfrotto Tripods

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This Bogen/Manfrotto Leg Lock Lever is a replacement leg clamp lever for certain Manfrotto tripods. Please refer to the schematic in your owner's manual or online at the manufacturer's website to determine if this is the right part for your equipment.

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Manfrotto Replacement Leg Lock Lever for Select Manfrotto Tripods
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    Package Weight 0.05 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 2.0 x 0.5 x 0.2"

    Manfrotto R055,109 reviews

    Replacement Leg Lock Lever for Select Manfrotto Tripods is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 52.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Valuable replacement part I broke two levers (upper & lower) on my vintage 12 lb. Bogen Manfrotto 3036 tripod, with the original geared, round column. Thanks to a forum posting by Henry Posner, I looked at the B&H website and located these hard to find levers. After a quick installation, I was again able to lower and raise the tripod leg; the upper and lower levers have different length screws so I had to use one of the original screws with the upper replacement lever. Before the repair, I was told by local camera dealer, that with the damaged levers my tripod had no resale value but maybe could be sold for parts. For $ I repaired a tripod that would have cost over $200 to replace.I bought two extra parts just in case...
    Date published: 2011-01-26
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from I'm so glad I found this! I have a Bogen 3221 that I have had for over ten years. One of the leg lock levers broke and then a few months later another one broke. I suppose after so much use (which I do use it a lot for videotaping), the lock levers get weakened. After searching the internet for my Bogen part, I ran across this one. Hoping it would workbecause it looked the sameI decided to take the gamble and try it. It works perfect! I am now going to order four more so I will have for future replacements. I assume others will start to break as well due to so much use.
    Date published: 2015-09-20
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Replacement leg locking lever. After many years of service my reliable Bogen tripod 3021 leg lock broke. Not sure how it broke, but it broke. Ordered this as a replacement as an $8 part beats spending $225 for a replacement tripod. The only issue I encountered was that the original nut has a nylon locking feature and the new nut is a plain brass nut. I spent all of 10 minutes removing all of the leg collars for a clean and re-lubricate. Reused the nylon nut with no issue. Back in business for 15 minutes of my time and an $8 part. It's a good thing that Manfrotto still supports their products unlike some other companies.
    Date published: 2016-08-09
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect Replacement Bought to replace a broken original pot metal lever on a bogen 55/manfrotto 3021 tripod. It fit perfectly, was easy to install and although I haven't used it extensively, I believe the nylon-like plastic will hold up better than the original metal part. Price was good too. I'm considering buying another one as a spare ... just in case they stop manufacturing the part (the newer tripod models use a different clamp style which would require replacing the whole assembly).
    Date published: 2014-11-03
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Saved my trusty 3036 from a sad and unnecessary death My old workhorse Bogen tripod that I have had for years had two broken leg lock levers (upper and lower on one leg). I searched for so long for replacement levers and came across a review here for another 3036 so I purchased 4 which arrived the other day. An hour ago I replaced the levers, keeping the original screws. Use a metric socket and don't over tighten the nut. Super simple repair and my trusty beast is back at work. The levers sit a bit differently than the originals but it doesn't bother me. The levers do the work and lock the legs. I just ordered 4 more (yeah, I want stock on hand). I'd like to find that camera shop guy that told me to throw it away because it was past repair.... Thank you B&H for carrying these.
    Date published: 2015-04-29
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Big disappointment Despite the part number I got from Manfrotto's parts diagram this lever has been changed from design of the one I had. The part stripped almost immediately. The lack of help from Manfrotto's web site was very frustrating, I had to go to a vendors site to get anything useful. In the end I threw the monopod away and got one from another manufacturer, I no longer have any faith in their products.
    Date published: 2011-07-10
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Good, but not as good as the original Purchased this tripod leg tension bolt and handle to replace one that broke on a Bogen tripod I have had for years. First thing I noticed was that it was a plastic part replacing a metal one. I have concerns that it will not be as durable as the metal one was. It does fit exactly like the old one and it does work properly right now. I'm glad I ordered two in the event it fails again. Cudos to B&H, the price was less than anywhere else I looked and the item had free shipping.
    Date published: 2013-10-29
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Not the old single spiral lever This didn't work on my 3021 tripod which is old enough that it uses single spiral levers (R055.04). You need to replace the entire locking mechanism.
    Date published: 2010-06-24
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