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why don't you use 2" webbing?
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Aug 7, 2003, 6:23 AM
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why don't you use 2" webbing?
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is 1" the standard? just harder or is it not a big difference? hopefully when i finally see my apartment in Atlanta I'll have room out back for a slackline... so this may all be for naught


therealbovine


Aug 20, 2003, 8:08 AM
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Sure...9/16", 1", 2", Use whatever you want. All widths and lengths give you a different ride. Try them all. The only reason 1" appears to be the standard, is because it is the easiest to find at your local shop. Best of luck!

Sean Burns
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