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does anybody know where to get extra long ropes?


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Carleton Rescue in Vancouver has 100M bluewater ropes, I think both Dyn and Static, but I don't have the catalog here with me.

The contact info that I have is:

Robert Green (don't know if he still works there)
604-438-6303
fax 604-434-5914
1-877-438-6362

They recently shut down their recreation division so they may have moved, and change phone numbers, last I checked they were still in Burnaby on Kingsway, 12 or so blocks west of Metrotown.

Paul


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you can't buy an 80m in a climbing store, you would have to go directly to the manufacturer. Beal makes awsome Ropes, Blue Water are not too good quality because they wear fast, but other than that they are good. Mammut SUCKS. get a 70m 9.4mm, or 9.8mm Beal and you'll be laughin'!

C-ya


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