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Impact Tilting Boom Pivot Clamp

Impact Tilting Boom Pivot Clamp
Key Features
  • Ratcheting Handle
  • Supports 1.37"/35mm Booms or Poles
  • For 5/8" Baby Pin Mounts
The Tilting Boom Pivot Clamp from Impact is a pivoting clamp for use with booms or poles with a diameter 1.37" (35mm). The clamp has a large ratcheting handle and will mount on a 5/8" baby pin.
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What booms or adapters do you carry that will fit this 1.37 inch clamp?
Asked by: Brian Z.
Avenger C-stands also fit (their largest column is 35mm). Matthews probably as well, as long as they are the same size.
Answered by: Tim W.
Date published: 2018-08-28


Will it hold a 1 boom arm easily or will it be too loose?
Asked by: Boaz
No, that will not work. It is designed for booms or poles that have a diameter of 1.37 inches.
Answered by: Robert K.
Date published: 2018-08-28

Boom pole c stand holder

Boom pole c stand holder
Asked by: Barry
The Impact Tilting Boom Pivot Clamp attaches to a strong stand that has a 5/8 top like most C stands and others. This is some links to stand options,,, . And this is some columns you can use as arms, . Note you will need a sand bag for the bottom of the stand and one as a counter weight, .
Answered by: Robert
Date published: 2021-08-15


I already bought the clamp. but where can a buy a 35mm pole or just the arm without the clamp?HELP!
Asked by: thomas v.
not sure if these would be right for you. I bought the clamp for use with the Auray Boom pole kit. The staff in store were great and we checked the fit. pole was loose but i use a sheet of rubber cut to fit as a spacer
Answered by: James S.
Date published: 2018-08-28


Will my boom work if it is 1 5/16 or 33.33 mm? It says for 35mm in the specs.
Asked by: Blair
It should be OK as there is some capacity to tighten. You could also wrap some rubber around your boom to make the clamp grip if it was a tiny bit too small.
Answered by: Doglet
Date published: 2018-08-28
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