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Old 18-04-08   #1 (permalink)
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Yale XTC/hitch cord combo?

Im just playing around with a hank of xtc, a rope i never climb with....i cant get a good combination running with my v.t. just wanted to check what others are using....only v.t users. i've used liros and marlow double braid poly so far but none perform well enough
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Reigate works well with Yale XTC.
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What diameter cord are you trying??
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That black stuff that is a little like Roblon, I purchased some from the nod. It seemed to work quite well on XTC.
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thats liros
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8m roblon 3-2 worked for me on it...only self tended at height though but locked off and moved around very nice i thought on that combo..also found 8m beal worked nice on xtc once it was broke in
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could you not use a large diameter cord?
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my short rope is xtcplus and i use the 10mm herkules hitch cord from proclimber.seems to work quite nicely
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