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    Introducing the new and improved Warbonnet webbing buckles

    Just added a little update to these, they're alot easier to release now

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lBvg...re=em-comments

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    Sweet, and it looks like something we can do to our existing suspension as well.

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    Nice...gonna add that to mine.
    Great addition.
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    Oh yeah mayne!

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    Nice hack. The one thing I never liked about those buckles was it was a PITA to loosen them once they got tight. Have to see if I can drill a hole in one of mine to add the cord.
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    Quote Originally Posted by warbonnetguy View Post
    Just added a little update to these, they're alot easier to release now

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lBvg...re=em-comments
    Nice video. I don't have the red release cords on mine though.

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    Good idea. Warbonnet buckles are the best. Sometimes to a fault. I've had a few instances where <nameless hiking partner> overtightened them and i spent a good 15 minutes trying to wriggle them loose.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jblaser View Post
    Nice video. I don't have the red release cords on mine though.
    These are newly released.

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    Instead of drilling a hole to modify existing buckles couldn’t you just tie a small loop of cord around one of the buckles?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TNhunter View Post
    Instead of drilling a hole to modify existing buckles couldn’t you just tie a small loop of cord around one of the buckles?
    I asked Brandon this in the YouTube comments. He said:
    You could tie some cord on it (the buckle) but it can interfere with the buckles biting down on the webbing at higher loads. The drill hole eliminates any issue with that.

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