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    New Member whoop!'s Avatar
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    Yeah, I've got Prime and it does save on shipping cost, just not shipping time.
    Never. And I do mean NEVER, rub your eye after eating Jalepeno Kettle Cooked Potato Chips.

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    I know numerous climbers who use quick links for disposable biners. I've been using them for my home hammock for the past year+ without a problem (I'm around 225 lbs).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Timberrr View Post
    It's always good to have alternatives.
    ...Whew! That was close. Almost had to put the Mrs. on the ground.
    Yeah, right..the MRS is going to ground...like that'll happen before pigs fly!!
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    I have used stainless steel shackles. I can't remember the weight rating, but I have two that I use with my Turtledog stand. No worry about them bending and not being able to close them, as the pin needs to be in place to use. And the stainless is less likely to corrode in wet weather.....RR
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