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thetoolnut

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    Carpenter, groundie and novice climber.

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  1. thetoolnut

    572 users - experience

    Any timeline on the 562xp mark two Dave??
  2. thetoolnut

    Climbing helmets

    I was referring to the top and side impact ratings being compatible with groundwork and climbing on the Protos.
  3. thetoolnut

    Climbing helmets

    I have three helmets, i'm happy enough! [emoji16] As far as I'm aware and I could be wrong but the Pfanner Protos is the only Arb helmet rated for climbing and groundwork.
  4. thetoolnut

    Anchor system

    Pulley saver all the way!
  5. thetoolnut

    New harness time

    I'll be getting a M.B next Month, I'll post a quick review after a few climbs in it.
  6. thetoolnut

    Andrew Cervino Quick Step boots?

    The Andrews are the tits!
  7. thetoolnut

    New 2019 Sequoia harness

    I've been looking at it as well, looks like the waist and leg loop buckles have been improved. Also I see that the lower dees are bigger and more user friendly.
  8. thetoolnut

    Felling spikes

    Outstanding, thanks.
  9. thetoolnut

    Felling spikes

    I tried forestandarb, couldn't find it. Any chance you could post a link? Thanks.
  10. thetoolnut

    MS 660

    Sound Dave, I'll pop the fuel line back in and see.
  11. thetoolnut

    Felling spikes

    Outstanding, thanks, [emoji106]
  12. thetoolnut

    MS 660

    Interesting, thanks,
  13. thetoolnut

    MS 660

    Sound, it might have popped out during shipping.
  14. thetoolnut

    MS 660

    Is that you Dave? It's a M.M.W.S second hand from America. I got a 32" Oregon powermatch bar for it and a few full skips.
  15. thetoolnut

    MS 660

    Thanks.

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