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We have parts available for much of the equipment that we have manufactured over the last 30 years. In order to best serve you please provide us with either the serial number or pictures of the particular machine you are inquiring about. If you don't have any information on the wall at all here are some helpful guidelines:

 

1.    CLASSIC: This was the original Treadwall. The climbing surface consists of a series of panels attached to hinged metal frames. A classic is easy to identify because of the automotive tires inside the top, and the height of the individual climbing panels which is 12”. The Classic came in two versions with different hinges on the frames. The Classic A had ¼” bolts as hinge pins and roller axles, and the Classic B had 5/16” bolts. On the nuts on the hinge pins, a Classic A has 7/16” nuts and on a Classic B, the nuts are ½”.

2.    TREADWALL AM: This was the first of the new type of Treadwall. You can identify an AM machine by the box at the top of the machine on the right that houses the hydraulic unit. Another feature is a small chrome lever mounted in the front of the right A-frame of the Treadwall that controls the speed of the machine.

3.    TREADWALL CP:  This model has the hydraulic controls mounted on the right channel at shoulder level. A lever/black ball that moves up and down controls the speed. This model is similar to the model S(below), but the left and right ends of the climbing panels are encased in a white plastic extrusion that covers the entire end of the panel.

4.     TREADWALL S: This model is similar to the model CP with different climbing panels. On the model S, the panels have nylon buttons at each corner.

5.    TREADWALL PE: This Treadwall is controlled by photocells at the bottom of the wall. The photocells and mirrors are in brackets at the bottom of the channels that stick out. A rotating knob on the control panel controls the speed of the Treadwall.

6.    TREADWALL M4: This has a 4 foot wide climbing panel, hydraulic angle adjuster on the right side, smooth panel surfaces, typically brown. Logo at top will note “M4”.

7.    TREADWALL M6: This is unit is the same as the PE, but does not have brackets at the bottom. There is an internal switch on the right channel. Logo at top will note “M6”.

 

SIZES:  Models AM, CP, S, and PE were made in four different sizes:

·         6x11 – Most common size, (40) 6-foot wide panels and 10 foot 8 inches height.

·         6x10 – (38) 6-foot wide panels and 9 foot 8 inches height.

·         4x11 – (40) 4-foot wide panels and 10 foot 8 inches height.

·         4x10 – (38) 4-foot wide panels and 9 foot 8 inches height.

Model M6 comes in two different sizes:

·         6x11 – Most common size, (40) 6-foot wide panels and 10 foot 8 inches height.

·         6x10 – (38) 6-foot wide panels and 9 foot 8 inches height.

Model M4 comes in two different sizes:

·         Pro – Most common size, has wall angle adjustment.

·         Base – Has a fixed vertical climbing surface – no adjustment.