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Anyone know of any reason not to use the single tether rope wrench on the newest non swivel version of the petal zig zag? I have just bought one and I’m in the process of trialling it. I know there’s the chicane but I already own a RW. Only thing I can think of is with the single tether it doesn’t distribute the weight evenly and may cause more pressure on one side of the Zz. The rope wrench does seem to pull to one side when weighted (see pic). Other than that it seems to work beautifully 👌🏻




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I did try that but it seemed too floppy, I could do with a small shackle to attach the tether in line with the body of the zig zag. 

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