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Old 10-30-2017, 12:46 PM   #21
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Those are fine if you're lazy and never tying anything more than a simple snap tie. But I'd never use it for large wall mats that I have to belly chain myself to. Wouldn't trust it to hold like a double figure 8. That's just me maybe, but I was taught bar by an old school badazz

Also what's the throat on that good for? 15M mat? Can it be adjusted to 25M mats? Just curious really.
Do you climb wall mats that are not welded?

Just a question, I don't know anything about that sort of thing. The only time I was on big jobs like that, I was an Electrician.




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Do you climb wall mats that are not welded?

Just a question, I don't know anything about that sort of thing. The only time I was on big jobs like that, I was an Electrician.




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I've never been on a mat that has been welded before. Only ever something I've tied myself. I have worked for some pretty big companies with impeccable safety records and I haven't heard of welding a mat but that could be just up around here. I don't really know, sorry.
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Can you post your wrench and other tools, even your pliers , cuters etc tanx

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