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S.slater

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About S.slater

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    Senior Member, Raffle Sponsor 2011
  • Birthday 08/02/1988

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  • Location:
    Godalming
  • Occupation
    Climber
  1. Im looking for reviews for this rope. Honey brothers is where i saw the rope as i live less than a mile away from the shop. The reason I'm asking if anyone knows more about the rope is the fact its a fair amount cheaper than the normal liros and its much stronger. Looking to find someone that has used the rope already before I buy it. thanks for the link none the less.
  2. Yes, thanks for that. I did a search and couldn't find anything useful...hence why I'm asking for help on a forum. The Liros in the link is the original Liros. Liros magicBULLROPE is new.
  3. Does anyone know anything about this rigging line?
  4. I agree, if you look closely at the after picture you can see it had been reduced really hard a few years ago, so the tree sprouted like mad! The reduction was more to keep it under control and reduce risk of weighted limbs near the house and parking area.
  5. Hi, just wondering if someone could let me know what the average pay is for an experienced self employed climber in the Newcastle area? Cheers Sam
  6. Hi, just wondering if someone could let me know what the average pay is for an experienced self employed climber in the Newcastle area? Cheers Sam
  7. Hi, I am looking for more subcontracting work in the Surrey area, I subcontract to a few companies in the area as a climber/groundsman. I have been working in the industry for 3 years, I'm 25 years old and a dedicated worker. Happy to hedge cut/top and all aspects of tree work. Please feel free to contact me if you would like anymore information. Thanks for taking the time to read my post. Sam Slater 07966064157

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