DIY equiptment and tools

Discussion in 'Rigging and Roping' started by Tyler Dilley, Jan 18, 2017.

  1. JeffGu

    JeffGu Well-Known Member

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    Good help is hard to find... around here, any help is hard to find! Besides, I prefer to keep all the money. ;)
     
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    Same with help around here. The good ones are crippled up from busting ass most their lives. Kids these days are absorbed in tablets and iphones.
     
  3. JeffGu

    JeffGu Well-Known Member

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    I just have a dumb phone. Last thing I need is people sending me pics of what they had for dinner, or what their cat yacked up that day.
     
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    How did you do this again @JeffGu turned this something about cats and yacking. Good thing a clown didn't show up.
     
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  5. cerviarborist

    cerviarborist Well-Known Member

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    Back in my day, we sent cat yack to each other through the mail.
     
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  6. JeffGu

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    ...and we LIKED it!
     
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    cerviarborist Well-Known Member

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    ....and we were thankful!
     
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  8. JeffGu

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    ...yeah! We were forced to eat our cat, and had no source of good cat yack! People looked out for each other, back in the day!
     
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  9. Hylea

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    Here is my rope bags made with oyster pocket it's resistant and flex.
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  10. ClimbMIT

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    Can't see images?



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    Nice bags! I zoomed in for a closer look and saw a helper for your friction hitch, looks like you made it from wood. I've done a few also.
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    I call them Cinch Samaritans. Hitch Helpers and Friction Hitch Friends were some other names that I came up with.
     
  13. Hylea

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    Nice Brocky ! It's a good and cheap tool. Very good in SRT.
    The "black dice" on the left is in wood or steel ?
     
  14. Brocky

    Brocky Well-Known Member

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    Aluminum, a electrical connector that was repurposed.
    I like how they keep your glove from being sucked into the hitch. I have a few more designs for midline attaching ones. What type of wood did you use?
     

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