Treemotion Lt.- manufactured in 2011, but very little wear, few minor dings on hardware and paint off of buckles. $190 SOLD
Spiderjack 3- all three sizes of cams, very little wear. $190 SOLD
DMM Nexus- lightly used. $65 SOLD
Unicorn Figure Eights- $18 each SOLD
Have been meaning to try this out for awhile and the recent thread on the new pads further nudged me. These pads are from a YX Good Harness and the rope and cord replacements kept metal hardware to just the two buckles and bridge rings. COVID put a stop on a rigging plate I had ordered, but...
The following is greatly inspired by the most excellent idea of the dogbone from the Hitch Hiker. Just put the friction hitch legs through the holes and tie stoppers.
After a few more complicated designs, this was the simplest, and seems the best for this type of design. With the small...
Looks like it might make a good adjustable bridge if it were MBS rated. It releases under load, especially when used for bridge. With full body weight it was more on or off, brake hand use needed for smoother descent.
This hitch has come up in a couple other threads, Hitch Hiker Length, and Lanyard Adjuster.
Thanks to those who are trying this hitch and giving feedback on their experiences.
@JontreeHI, there might be binding due to the legs being too short to allow the ring to be positioned farther down from...
There is no longer the option to edit posts after 5 minutes. Is it possible to go back to always be able to edit at anytime, for those of us that aren't as quick witted?
Sorry, I was in pm, and don't know how to delete. I was right about the slow witted part!
While testing with the HH2, I found that twisting the friction hitch to uncoil the wraps would release the hitch, allowing it to descend. The speed of descent can be regulated easily with the amount of twist given. Twisting the opposite way, or releasing the hitch, stops the descent.
The unusual combination of materials interested me enough to get some, with low expectations for it because of the polypropylene core. The cover is half polyester, half Vectran, not the usual technora, which Marlow calls snakeskin. It's similar to the cover of the older version of 10mm...
Handcrafted like they they make them in the old country.
Almark reel with 2 lbs. of force in a solid case.
42" Kite Harness line
2 1/4" diameter 1 5/8" wide 3.6 ounces
$50.00 shipping included to lower 48 states
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