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Old 06-08-2014   #21
Durango, Colorado
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Sawatch Rescue- the pulley on the rope is a great idea. It would solve the problem of the friction once you start pulling. I had a pulley biner on my jacket and didn't even think of it, and just used the biner on my rope. This a perfect use for the pulley biner.

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