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rngrchad

Cam Reslinging-Bellingham Washington

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I live on Mt. Baker, close to Bellingham. I am wondering if there are any places within driving distance, that I can get some old Tech Friends reslung. Any ideas?

Thank you,

Chad

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No one in town offers this service. Northwest Design & Manufacturing sews and repairs packs, luggage, etc, though. If anyone in town could repair slings, it would be them, so give them a call. They're on Franklin Street near the back of Cascade Airgas.

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How 'boot some suggestions for Canada, eh? Anyone know where to get some reslinging done around Vancouver? I have a mix of Camalot and Metolius cams. And a pair of old rigid stem friends.

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No one in/around Vancouver offers this service. On Sight in Squamish used to, but not anymore. I got mine done by Yates this summer.

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Last time I contemplated doing this I just went and bought lengths of 1" tube in assorted colors and tied 'em up. Made my own consistent color coding, no time lag to speak of, dirt cheap. Maybe it's too retro for you modern folk, but it works for me.

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