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Jumar rigging 23-Dec-2004 At 12:22:41 PM bapak
I have a set of the "Yellow Jumars" with the Red (Left) & Blue (Right) coding and am more than happy with them ICW 2 pairs of 5 step 1.8 M West Aust made Etriers.

However : I have heard that these aren't as good as "others" when applied to icy ropes. Is this true ? & to what extent ? & what ascending device is better for ascending icy ropes ? Which Jumars are less prone to "disengage" from "less than vertical" ropes ?

Steve.M :-)

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