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Saddlespenders

killabuck

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Have any of you tried the Saddlespenders from Custom Gear Modifications? I ordered this product, but it comes with no instructions for installing them on my saddle ( Aerohunter Flex). Any help would be appreciated. Thanks in advance!
 

always89y

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hey @killabuck! I didnt see a message from you on the webpage or other social media. Be glad to help! So, the molle sliders on the back of the saddlespenders go into your molle loops on the back of your saddle. The molle sliders on the front of the suspenders go either in the most forward molle loops (towards the bridge) on either side, or you can use the 2 girth loops with the castration band to attach to the belt.
 

Nc-swamphntr

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I just bought some suspenders from amazon lasst year, cost me about $20 and i just slip the shoulder straps off to the aide once i get settled in the tree
 

MattMan81

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I finally climbed in the yard last night with my suspenders on the saddle. Nice work @always89y these things are sweet. Never adjusted my saddle once up and down the tree. Way better than a pair of perrys off line. They don't fall off and come un clipped.
 

CharlieTN

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I have a birthday coming up in October and I do believe a pair of these shall be on the wish list, along with their saddle, and about half of the other gear they make. I have the drop out bag and love it.
 

always89y

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Yes, the integrated back band does provide support while up the tree. Clips into your biner like any other backband/recliner. It also acts as a waist belt during the walk in for several reasons:
1. Keeps it out of your pocket or pack
2. Helps deter the dunlap chaffing.
3. it "keeps" the suspender straps in place and out of the sticks
4. It gives you somewhere handy to stick little debbie cakes
 

CharlieTN

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Yes, the integrated back band does provide support while up the tree. Clips into your biner like any other backband/recliner. It also acts as a waist belt during the walk in for several reasons:
1. Keeps it out of your pocket or pack
2. Helps deter the dunlap chaffing.
3. it "keeps" the suspender straps in place and out of the sticks
4. It gives you somewhere handy to stick little debbie cakes
Now you’ve got me sold with reason #4
 
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