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paintinhaler


Mar 31, 2002, 12:23 AM
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Rigging a slackline for big gap...

Those people that slackline big gaps, I'm guessing they are tied in, to the line. Dont you use webbing on these slacklines? I thought falling on webbing you make a bad shock load? My point is how do you really set this up? Oh yea, you people are awesome.


elcapbuzz


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Some are tied in, some are not.

Yes, walk on a tesioned 1" webbing.

Yes, falling on webbing makes a bad shock load (the standard is 3 pieces of webbing taped together).

Paintinhaler, I am writing an article on this very subject, per Trevor's request, it will be out shortly.

In the mean time check out [Slackline.com
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elcapbuzz


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Uhh, a BUG!!

Ok, I couldn't edit that last post.


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