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 What's a Good Pulley? 
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Post What's a Good Pulley?
I'm interested in buying pulleys. What's a robust, reliable pulley out there?

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Mon Nov 13, 2017 9:44 pm
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Post Re: What's a Good Pulley?
JimK wrote:
I'm interested in buying pulleys. What's a robust, reliable pulley out there?


What's your intended use Jim? Good to see your face ;-)

This is a brand new item from CMI, 21,900 MBS, super compact, designed by a tree climber, pretty much total awesomeness, two different prices shown, I like the $77 vs. $129
CMI RP162

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Tue Nov 14, 2017 11:21 am
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Post Re: What's a Good Pulley?
Hi Moss

I appreciate connecting with you again!

I'm going to rig a Super System for others while I climb Yo-Yo. Thus, I need pulleys.

Thanks for the link Moss

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Post Re: What's a Good Pulley?
I've got ISC and CMI micropulleys, and like them both, but you should check out the Notch pulley that TreeStuff sells. Only $21 and rated at 31 kN -- hard to beat that.


Tue Nov 14, 2017 11:44 pm
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Post Re: What's a Good Pulley?
JimK wrote:
Hi Moss

I appreciate connecting with you again!

I'm going to rig a Super System for others while I climb Yo-Yo. Thus, I need pulleys.

Thanks for the link Moss


What Dietley said, basically any quality micro pulley will do for the top and lower pulley positions on the Super System.
-AJ


Wed Nov 15, 2017 11:31 am
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