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dead_horse_flats


Feb 1, 2012, 7:15 AM

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Re: [USnavy] $40 bet - two non-locking biner anchor failure.
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USnavy wrote:
dead_horse_flats wrote:
This is a $40 offer to anyone who can demonstrate a scenario of the failure of a top rope anchor using two non-locking opposed biners at the power point.

....ail you $40.
Open your wallet because your bet is already lost. Here is how I do it: First I set up the anchor with a double strand of 2" webbing and any selection of two O&O biners. Next I thread the rope through the master point biners. I am going to pretend to be a super paranoid Majid and use 5/8" static rope to TR on. Next I anchor one end of the static line to the ground because being Majid I cant find any partners to give me a catch, so I am going to TR solo. Last but not least, I connect the climber end of the rope to my friend's F-450, drop the b**ch in 4x4 low and smoke all four tires on the cement. Biner failure. I win $40. Wink

Other than that, its not going to happen, I think you will end up keeping your $40.


Your mistake was using a ford. Irrefutable and copious statistical evidence has shown that chevys dont have that problem.


(This post was edited by dead_horse_flats on Feb 1, 2012, 7:16 AM)



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