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advancing a rope wrench

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a friend has started using a rope wrench and vt knot with a  shop bought stiff tether, he is using a sling around his neck to advance, it doesent seem great so just wondering what others are using with this set up. ? 

thanks carl.

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Aye the Chester or Stein ... if he likes tying his hitch loose then a neck tether, personally I prefer a neck tether.

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thanks for your replies, it dosent seem like there is one stand out method then so i guess he will just have to find out which works best for him.

carl

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4 hours ago, stihlmadasever said:

Bunjee cord on a hand ascender cause im a cheap skate bastard.

interesting - even with a haas and a foot ascender you still have to hold the rope, so no harm in adding a few extra grams of ally to the tangle

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