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Bulldog Bone in action


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Not CE marked (like the Zig-Zag), but for what it's worth, the stainless steel links are ANSI rated at over 8000 LBS MBS, ( the neptune coated friction links at over 16000 intact) and the aluminum spine, arms, and attach point are all aircraft grade 7075 aluminum alloy.

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11 minutes ago, surveyor said:

Yes,  I am sure that many are using that size rope, although I don't remember anyone specifically mentioning atrax.   I think the Bone would likely prefer a more supple rope.

Great, thanks Gordon. By stiff I mean that it doesn't seem to flatten too easily.

 

There should be an order for 3 devices coming your way soon 👍

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