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miguel75
16/06/2013
7:25:46 PM
Even as a gear whore I reckon I'd be stretching it to say I need these... except maybe for the #5 & 6....



They are kinda cool though;)

phillipivan
16/06/2013
8:54:21 PM
The cams or the dinky little trigger attachments? The cams are fine, those trigger thingies look pointless though.

Miguel75
16/06/2013
9:41:34 PM
On 16/06/2013 phillipivan wrote:
>The cams or the dinky little trigger attachments? The cams are fine, those
>trigger thingies look pointless though.

The trigger thingies...

ajfclark
17/06/2013
8:34:01 AM
If it really bugs you on the bigger cams there's this device called a twig that you can put through the lobes to keep them retracted while racked. Jiggle the trigger and they fall out.

Unless these things are somehow supposed to make placing them faster?

phillipivan
17/06/2013
8:45:23 AM
Who currently owns the patent on the twig?
martym
18/06/2013
2:07:01 PM
Wow that has so much potential for hilarious surprise clicks.

Driving out of Point Perp - you can just hear your backpack being pierced by exploding cams with every bump!

Miguel75
18/06/2013
4:16:42 PM
On 17/06/2013 ajfclark wrote:
>If it really bugs you on the bigger cams there's this device called a twig
>that you can put through the lobes to keep them retracted while racked.
>Jiggle the trigger and they fall out.

You raise a great point BUT, twigs don't appeal to my inner gear whore;)

IdratherbeclimbingM9
18/06/2013
6:15:10 PM
On 18/06/2013 Miguel75 wrote:
>On 17/06/2013 ajfclark wrote:
>>If it really bugs you on the bigger cams there's this device called a
>twig
>>that you can put through the lobes to keep them retracted while racked.
>>Jiggle the trigger and they fall out.
>
>You raise a great point BUT, twigs don't appeal to my inner gear whore;)

I can loan you some 6" nails if you want to use them instead?
;-)

Miguel75
18/06/2013
6:18:42 PM
On 18/06/2013 IdratherbeclimbingM9 wrote:
>I can loan you some 6" nails if you want to use them instead?
>;-)

Mmmm, they're shinier/more appealing than a twig:)

ajfclark
18/06/2013
9:35:57 PM
I'll sell you some hand crafted cam lobe retarders...

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