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  1. I can’t find any reviews for this saw using the search engine. Maybe I’m just thick.... Can anyone give any feedback on this saw? Comparison with the 2511 would be even better.
  2. Hi, I have recently moved to Peterborough and need my kit inspected. Can anyone help? Or pass on the contact details of the people they use. Thanks.
  3. When I got this harness I thought the adjustable strap from the side D's to the bridge rings was a really good improvement from the last model, how wrong was I. As I climb they work they're way back to a point that if I'm hanging directly below my tip I have no back support and the harness makes my legs want to go up and my head go down. Has anyone else experienced this? Would be grateful for any solutions. I'm thinking of sewing them in place, probably fail loler, but it's so annoying having to constantly re-adjust the straps, especially in the tree.
  4. Thank you for responding. So you're saying make a small loop out of some throw line? Girth hitch that to some part of the system and clip into that? Which part would you recommend, that has worked best for you? Seems odd to me that a system that requires an attachment for tending has been completely over looked by the company producing said system. Clearly the pulley they sell with the kit should have at least 2 holes of attachment.
  5. I decided to buy this kit over buying wrench/hitchclimber separately because I liked the idea of having the tether in between the pulley but have no idea where to attach a chest harness/neck elastic and I can't find the answer anywhere. What have others done?


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