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On 31/03/2024 at 11:17, MattyF said:

Agree with the buckles ,so bad I had to write them , no reply or shits given.

seems they haven’t addressed that if your new one is the same. 

Also found the webbing was constantly adjusting by itself , that was one thing I loved about it the old tm’s was that it stayed the same and was a harness for one person only who had set it up. 

I was gutted when I had to retire my third.. this one is my fourth and if it wasn’t for the fact I don’t like change I would but on something entirely different.

It's got these on it to firm fix the strap. Just screw to the webbing behind and job done. You could use something hot to seal the hole.

 

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8 hours ago, gand said:

It's got these on it to firm fix the strap. Just screw to the webbing behind and job done. You could use something hot to seal the hole.

 

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Interesting gand .. i do wonder if they changed the buckles because they seemed to cause  wear especially the Lower… that aside they didn’t move which is exactly what you want !

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19 hours ago, gand said:

It's got these on it to firm fix the strap. Just screw to the webbing behind and job done. You could use something hot to seal the hole.

 

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As in , screw into the grey webbing? Seems a bit strange to be poking holes in the load bearing webbing? I thought these were just a moveable termination, allowing you to shorten webbing if it was too long. 

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4 hours ago, Mr. Squirrel said:

As in , screw into the grey webbing? Seems a bit strange to be poking holes in the load bearing webbing? I thought these were just a moveable termination, allowing you to shorten webbing if it was too long. 

I stand corrected I'm just slowly going through the manual to better understand the harness so I can give the best advice to customers. They go through the excess tail of the strap. Min distance of 40mm from the buckles. 17121812393181318156957595410727.thumb.jpg.49ef5393b523639017d9928015b14391.jpg

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On 03/04/2024 at 22:55, gand said:

I stand corrected I'm just slowly going through the manual to better understand the harness so I can give the best advice to customers. They go through the excess tail of the strap. Min distance of 40mm from the buckles. 17121812393181318156957595410727.thumb.jpg.49ef5393b523639017d9928015b14391.jpg

 

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