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AXeVans


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where can I pick up aome anchor webbing? can it be found in hardware stores, home depot, Ace, etc?
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You may be able to find some good starting resources here:

http://www.slackline.com/...tegory=Nylon+Webbing

And check out the rest of the site.


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I'll just answer this question so that no one else has to. Go to your local gym, which I am sure has a gear shop, and ask them for about 50' to start with. I say this for two reasons. The first is that you need to get webbing that is designed for climbing (it's less than 30 cents a foot, so buy plenty!) and the second is that since you are asking, you most likely have bigger and more important questions (like how to make an anchor) that people at the gym would be able to answer for you too.


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AXeVans wrote:
where can I pick up aome anchor webbing? can it be found in hardware stores, home depot, Ace, etc?
thanks.

The most accessible place is probably REI...almost every major city has one.

Otherwise, try gearexpress.com, i think they sell by the foot and they certainly will answer any questions you have about it. I know that acmeclimbing.com sells in precut sections.


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picasso wrote:
I'll just answer this question so that no one else has to. Go to your local gym, which I am sure has a gear shop, and ask them for about 50' to start with. I say this for two reasons. The first is that you need to get webbing that is designed for climbing (it's less than 30 cents a foot, so buy plenty!) and the second is that since you are asking, you most likely have bigger and more important questions (like how to make an anchor) that people at the gym would be able to answer for you too.

I have a kit from slackline express, and I know how to make an anchor, i just wanted to know where i could find some extra webbing. But i'll try that, thanks


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AXeVans wrote:
richardvg03 wrote:
HOME DEPOT! HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

oh yeah, that helps a lot...you're cool.

well, theres a little history behind his reply.

Pot, meet Kettle...


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