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mr._happy

slung hexes

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i've got a set of hexes slung with gemini cord about five years old. i've never taken a big whip on any of them. the cord is pretty stiff and kinda dirty, but not faded. my question is: is it time to resling dem hexes? and if so, what should i use to resling?

thanks in advance.

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You got any cams dude? Resling those too while yer at it. Save a trip to the store. Better safe than sorry eh? Better than a trip to the hospital. [Moon]

You drop any biner lately? shocked.gif" border="0

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Sounds like a good idea to resling those.If for no other reason ,you have a doubt about a piece of gear.Just one more evil thing to have kicking around in the back of your skull when your trying to wrestle with self doubt about a move or a run out.Confidence is key to staying relaxed and focussed,and safe.Then again I have a Chouinard tube chock still slung with perlon from the 80s. [Eek!][Eek!] Probably should replace that. [Razz]

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