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Libbster


Apr 25, 2013, 7:23 AM
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Using natural protection which way do you prefer to equalize a TR anchor. I prefer to use cordelette/accessory cord to equalize each strand of webbing.

I have also heard of adjusting the webbing on natural protection as well to work.

What is your way?


marc801


Apr 25, 2013, 11:44 AM
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Libbster wrote:
Using natural protection which way do you prefer to equalize a TR anchor. I prefer to use cordelette/accessory cord to equalize each strand of webbing.

I have also heard of adjusting the webbing on natural protection as well to work.

What is your way?
Like almost everything else in climbing, it depends on the specific situation. There is no single rule to follow. Sometimes in some instances it's not even necessary to equalize a TR anchor.


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