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Attaching back support to webbing bridge

skell

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For those of you with a webbing bridge, how are you connecting your back support? I'm currently connecting with paracord and it keeps slipping down. I'm girth hitched on one side and tied on the other.

Looking for suggestions. Will a paracord prusik hold on webbing?

Thanks!
 

bongo

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For those of you with a webbing bridge, how are you connecting your back support? I'm currently connecting with paracord and it keeps slipping down. I'm girth hitched on one side and tied on the other.

Looking for suggestions. Will a paracord prusik hold on webbing?

Thanks!
I’m using a camjam works great got it at Walmart not all Walmart’s have them. Hook clips to back support trim line to size wanted attach to tether carabiner adjust with jam cleats.IMG_0544.JPGIMG_0543.JPGIMG_0542.JPG


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Peterk1234

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What about running a thin rope through the carabiner holding your webbing? Then you could add a prusik to it so it will drop out of the way easily when you want? Not a saddle owner yet, but that was my plan because I really like the idea of using a light and strong climbing sling as a bridge. Pete
 
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