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Anyone seen this? New study...

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Like he says, doesn't seem like an issue most of the time, only with smaller ropes. Though if you're using smaller ropes they would often be doubles which would prevent the flip he's describing. Still, I use a MegaJul all the time and have noticed that skinny ropes can slide through in certain situations such as rappels. I usually backup the raps with a prusik on skinny ropes in the alpine. They do sell a MicroJul for smaller diameter ropes which would be the ticket, especially if you were going to use a single half rope on a climb to save weight.

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