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    Quote Originally Posted by Dutch View Post
    I second hitting Fin up. He is one of the most stand up guys I know and he will just sew it back up no problem.
    I believe you that he's a stand up guy, but I'd feel like a real turd asking him to fix it. His PM's are turned off, though, so I can't send him one.

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    I have his number and I can call him if you like. Seriously stitching webbing is no big deal
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    And if you like I can make one and send it to you or Fin.
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    Worse case you can just hand stitch it with a good rugged poly thread. But like everyone else said - anyone building gear, and I know fin does, can stitch a strap in a jiffy. No big deal.
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    If you were to offer to pay for the damage, it might be a good excuse to upgrade the suspension. A few dollars towards some fancy lightweight slings for instance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dutch View Post
    I have his number and I can call him if you like. Seriously stitching webbing is no big deal
    if you don't mind giving him a call, I'd appreciate it.

    I don't know if he's gotten my last couple of pm's or not, so it wouldn't hurt.

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    Ful, in the meantime, you can always tie a knot in the webbing so your not stranded. It'll work till you can get it properly fixed.
    Fin's a top-notch guy, it will be okay.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gargoyle View Post
    Ful, in the meantime, you can always tie a knot in the webbing so your not stranded. It'll work till you can get it properly fixed.
    Fin's a top-notch guy, it will be okay.
    Oh, I'm fine. I have my 1" webbing that I use for sling/toggle/marlin spike hitch suspension. I just had to find another set of trees though.

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