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Jumar rigging 23-Dec-2004 At 2:59:49 PM bapak
Thanks again M8;

Have now read the thead you pointed me to =

Quote from Single Rope Technique 1977

"Hieblers have long held a reputation for popping off the rope while they are being moved up or when loaded in unusual directions" & difficult to "incorporate into almost any of the popular prusik systems used in caves" (best to have a prusik back up in place with any form of ascender on "whipping ropes" ?)

I guess just "popping off" occasionally is better than "popping off regularly" eh ?

Steve M :-)

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