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MysticNacho

Thin ropes

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iain said:

blah blah blah......I would just assume you need some thin prusiks when the line gets thin like that,.... blah blah blah

 

All you need to do is take another wrap or two on your prussic to increase friction. On job sites in this state, you used to be required to have 3 wraps on your safty line where I'm finding climbers will commonly only use 2. I like thin prussic's with four wraps where the load won't be dynamic.

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