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  • gwelker@erols.com
    Someone wondered about webbing strength. Take a look at commercial webbing used for crane lifts or vehicle tow lines. The companies manufacturing these
    Message 1 of 2 , Jul 2, 2003
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      Someone wondered about webbing strength. Take a look at commercial webbing
      used for crane lifts or vehicle tow lines. The companies manufacturing
      these products will tell you the safe working load and the maximum load.
      You may pay a little more than at a sporting goods store, but you'll know
      what you're getting.
      Greg Welker


      "When I'm mobile..."
    • ciyd01
      If you buy your webbing at a climbing goods store, they can tell you what the rated load is, as well. They can also cut it to length and show you other
      Message 2 of 2 , Jul 3, 2003
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        If you buy your webbing at a climbing goods store, they can tell you
        what the rated load is, as well. They can also cut it to length and
        show you other alternatives. You can get this at most REI's and the
        like.

        --- In hammockcamping@yahoogroups.com, gwelker@e... wrote:
        > Someone wondered about webbing strength. Take a look at commercial
        webbing
        > used for crane lifts or vehicle tow lines. The companies
        manufacturing
        > these products will tell you the safe working load and the maximum
        load.
        > You may pay a little more than at a sporting goods store, but
        you'll know
        > what you're getting.
        > Greg Welker
        >
        >
        > "When I'm mobile..."
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