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Old 20-09-11   #1 (permalink)
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Treemagineers Pulley Saver.

If you have one, which length do you have, 1.25m or 2.5m or 4m and was it the right choice?

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Re: Treemagineers Pulley Saver.

I made my own and its about 3m long. Plenty long enough for 99% of british tree work imo.
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Re: Treemagineers Pulley Saver.

I use the 1.25m on a daily basis, pruning and dismantling. The 4m is really nice for large stem work and I also use it quite often in the equalizing mode. More often than I ever thought I would! It's really great to have that option at your disposal. If I were only ever dismantling, I would go with 2.5m. This will handle most stem work and it's not so unmanageable while pruning. However, if you're mixing in pruning, cabling, and dismantles, etc. on a daily basis... my first choice is the 1.25m.
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1.25m for day to day stuff, use a multisaver for stems and when that's to short (rare) I use a multisling? On a blakes an descend the stem srt!

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Re: Treemagineers Pulley Saver.

Cannot beat the PINTO! my rope guide is 1.6m long and seems to fit most things until i get to stem work.
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Re: Treemagineers Pulley Saver.

Yeah 1.2m plenty big enough,

Nice RG drew,Is that 8mm OP with 10mm snakeskin?
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Re: Treemagineers Pulley Saver.

Ok thanks guys. I've bought the 1.25m
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Re: Treemagineers Pulley Saver.

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Yeh thats what i meant.
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Re: Treemagineers Pulley Saver.

Hi guys I can't splice but I wanna get my hands on the stuff to make one, iv got the pulley just need the split tale with the large eye and the little shackle
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