Spacers (for ratchet) In stock


Adapt your 25mm (1inch) webbing to your ratchet !

In details

Livraison Offerte dés 160€
Free delivery from 160€
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Satisfait ou remboursé 14 jours
Satisfied or refunded 14 days
Garantie 2 ans
2 years warranty

Spacers are used in the slackline world to center a thin webbing 2,5cm into a 5cm wide ratchet. They can be seen as adaptors.
Without them the slackline will not roll gently around the ratchet cylinder. The line will go sideways and block the system while damaging itself.

Technical specifications

  • Sold by pairs (1 pair needed for 1 ratchet) Consists of 4 half-moon plastic pieces and 4 screws
  • You will need to screw 2 half-moon pieces together
  • Handed-cross screwdriver needed to assemble or remove the spacers. (not included)
  • Works with all the ratchets of our shop.

Using advices

Spacers are not made to be fixed and removed on a regularly basis.
Once it's fixed, it would be better to let them in place.
Please be careful during the set-up : Bevelled faces on the outside (see picture below)


  • Ratchet less than 5cm wide
  • Slackline wider than 2,5cm


Slacklining and particularly Highlining are sports having no legal framework or norms concerning the gear or the setup.

Consequently we cannot warranty our gear for Highlining.
Our products are tested by independent labs (Apave) and inside of our company via a process evolving with practice.

The results of those tests have no legal values, they aim to ensure the safety and comfort of using our equipment.

It is the responsibility of the slackliner to choose the right gear with adequate resistance and to have the necessary experience to adapt his installation to his practice.


  • Don't rig your slackline accross a path,a road or any crossing
  • Don't rig your slackline higher than 2m
  • Ride on a grassy or soft ground, without roots or rocks
  • Always backup your setup
  • Never use ratchets for highlining
  • Never use urban furniture as anchor point

This equipement is absolutely not made for highlining. Find more information on our website

Items cannot be considered as PPE (personal protective equipment)

How to determine the tension in your slackline ?

  • Our spreadsheet :
    Thanks to the following sheet, you will be able to approximately know the tension into your gear (slings, shackle, slackline, etc.). You will then know if you are using it correctly, meaning correctly regarding the using advices and most important the strength limits.
    Click there to see the sheet and enter your datas

  • The dynamometer or Linescale
    This product allows you to mesure exactly what is the tension into your equipment.
    For more informations click there.