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    Quote Originally Posted by hppyfngy View Post
    +1 for Strapworks. It's definitely heavier than what comes with the BB, but not by that much. It's a little stiffer too which makes it a little bothersome sometimes.

    But it wears very well in my experience and is priced right.
    i use the seat belt webbing from strapworks. a lot lighter then poly. 4.4 oz 12' with loops at end.
    It's not procrastinating, its proactively delaying the implementation of the energy-intensive phase of the project until the enthusiasm factor is at its maximum effectiveness.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toproveapoint View Post
    I'm using climbing webbing as a single line structer so i can also use it as a slackline when im not going to be on the trail. You can get it at REI
    That nylon stuff stretches too much!

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    +1 on DIY Supply. At one point I wanted a fair amount and actually sourced rolls of webbing from companies that create trucking/moving supplies - Here

    Been good so far.
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