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  1. THIS ADVERT HAS EXPIRED!

    • FOR SALE
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    A COMPLETE SET OF RIGGING GEAR FOR SALE This is a collection of rigging gear that was purchased late 2020, with the intention of starting a business. This gear has been stored in a dry, dark and safe storage unit since purchase. All items are brand new and unused, bar one of the 3t slings and one of two whoopie slings. All items are in mint condition, and the price includes the rope bags, holdalls and rigging bag shown - also included are a set of brand new unusued climbing spikes. Other items included are various pulleys, steel carabiners, rigging plates and 50m of brand new Sirius rigging rope. PLEASE NOTE Some of these items are also for sale individually - and if they are sold before this advert expires then they will remain for sale individually only. Contact for more questions or to discuss price. Delivery charges if applicable will be discussed. Located LL52 (North Wales). Cash on collection, or bank transfer. For other payment methods please discuss.

    £800

  2. THIS ADVERT HAS EXPIRED!

    • FOR SALE
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    ISC Rigging Pulley, unused. MBS 85kN. Sold as part of a bigger collection of rigging gear purchased late 2020 with a view to starting a new business, never worked out. Located LL52 (north Wales).

    £70

    - GB

  3. THIS ADVERT HAS EXPIRED!

    • FOR SALE
    • NEW

    DMM Impact Block, unused, MBS 200kN. Sold as part of a larger collection of equipment purchased to start a business but never sucessful. Located LL52 (north Wales).

    £150

  4. I do most of my rigging from a stein X ring and it's great. I've got some jobs coming up where it will be useful to be able to lift some small pieces over some lines so I decided to invest in a pulley. I got excited and ordered a huge icr 255. But now it's on the way I'm wondering if I'm wasting my money or if it's a good futureproof investment. Do I just return the big block (£200) and get a wee pinto rig (£50)? I've not got a winch so it's not likely that I'll be lifting big weights anytime soon. And I'm happy with the xring for negative rigging etc. Do folks find that the big blocks just stay in their bags because they are so big and they're more likely to use a wee pulley. Any thoughts much appreciated
  5. I am thinking about setting up a prusik pulley system but am unsure of what equipment to get. i have the obvious the prusik and a micro pulley sorted, But i am unsure on the micro ascender to use and also could this work with a Blake's hitch. Tips/suggestions would be a huge help. thanks

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