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Old 11-18-2014   #11
East of the Pine beatle, Colorado
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If the lock is at frame level, whenever you pull you pull "up". In practice it is seemless.same with feeding line on the drop. When you hold the line from a rowing position your hand is high enough. What I love is not having to catch the line just so in the cleat- you just drop the rope and it is set instantly every time- never comes loose.

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