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Cambium saver into pulley saver???

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Yes mate, it is my home made saver. I used: Sirius 14mm (produce Teufelberger) double braid clas.1, Tenex 9mm for prusic, sweet Pinto, Edelrid small biner, Petzl rubber protector. And big steel ring from Singing Rocks cambiumsaver. Now i will be made lighter and cheaper model, from 16strand rope without steel ring but with formed eye. Prusic from IceBlue and as pulley i would like try ISC Micro. Or i can made acording to your wish, dont problem. Regards from beatiful hot spring Prague.

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my mate at work cliped a small pulley onto the small eye of his cambium saver with a karabiner,, it works perfect

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Oh yes, perfect working, without problems with retrieve trought big rings. My new model will be better, i hope and so much cheaper. Price original TM pulley saver is crazy for me.

And my climbing setup:


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I've spliced Tenex in much the same way but without the sleeves at the pulley eyes. Have you found that they make much of a difference?

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