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Old 01-07-12   #51 (permalink)
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Re: The Beauty & Wonderfulness of the Sling

I've used a couple tied together for a chainsaw strop before, worked ok considering i couldn't find my bungee that day.
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Re: The Beauty & Wonderfulness of the Sling

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I've used a couple tied together for a chainsaw strop before, worked ok considering i couldn't find my bungee that day.
A perfect example of 'Old Mills' ......

'Emergency thing when the right thing isn't available'
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I'm sure i saw a photo of a guy using one as a fan belt on his truck as an emergency. Can't remember where I saw it now?
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Re: The Beauty & Wonderfulness of the Sling

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When rigging, a length of rigging line can often be more effective than a sling as it is more adjustable in length, but not as easy to carry.

Who uses there slings for life support & rigging?
All my rigging gear is marked red and ppe blue. Wouldn't like to rely on a sling that's been used for rigging!
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Nice post SJH that takes the biscuit in the 'Emergency Thing...' department


In fact you are now promoted to head of the 'ETWTRTIA' Dep't
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