Is there an added cost for the brass nobs? I'm so excited to bring my bones back to life. My second generation bone has sentimental value but that top arm assembly is hard to pass up. I've been on a rope wrench for a while since both my bones have gotten to the point where they can't be adjusted...
Bee line is a terrible rope bridge. The material its core is made of is very different than that of a a traditional double braid arborist rope. It's HMPE (....maybe just butchered the acronym...) material which is much more slippery. So the core of the rope in your knot has a...
If you're just sitting there the second bridge holds the weight well. but in my opinion, it's pretty stupid when you go to do anything but sit there. And if you're just sitting there, why the hell aren't aren't moving or cutting.
I sub contracted to slowly build my self employment endeavor. The network I created thru contract climbing, people let me rent their stuff, gave me work, and some of them now just give us the leads since we are a full service company now, outside of PHC.
Now I did break up with some people...
@KevinS there was a list of series of serial numbers in question, not all from a certain generation. I truly don't think it's a device to he afraid of. That said, I have two bulldog bones and no zig zags. I'm honestly back to being mostly a ropewrench person
I have a petzl Eject I purchased in a bundle of stuff from someone. It is brand new, in the box, with tags attached. I just couldnt pass up on the rest of the stuff from the bundle.
I'll be back to post pictures here.
Cost is $200 + shipping