Complete Tree Climbing Set For Sale

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7 years 4 months ago #136849 by Monica Franz
Complete Tree Climbing Set For Sale was created by Monica Franz
Used once ~ purchased brand new at Pacific Arborist, North Vancouver (I still have the receipt)~
Make me an offer. I'm in Vancouver, BC, Canada
Realized I am terrified of those dizzying heights! Here's what's included~
Cougar saddle with leg straps
Rocket line, 11.5mm, 24 strand
Friction saver 48"
Cordura Bullet throw weight 12oz., 8 oz.
Rope grab, micro 1/2 alum
AM'D Tri-Act Lock & William Tri-act carabiner
Throw line cube
Delux rope bag
Rescue micro pully
Lanyard
CMI left foot ascender
Throw line, 2.5 mm X 180 bulls eye

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7 years 2 weeks ago #137138 by jepstein
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How much are you asking for the set of equipment?

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6 years 11 months ago - 6 years 11 months ago #137169 by Bushwhacker
Replied by Bushwhacker on topic Complete Tree Climbing Set For Sale

jepstein wrote: How much are you asking for the set of equipment?


I don't think she's still around. I tried to contact her a few months ago, with no response.

It's not that safe to be using second hand gear anyhow, but you might be able to get a second hand rock climbing harness off of kijiji if you know how to properly examine it for wear. Treefool.com has some pretty good suggestions for cheap equipment as well. When I started, I had:

A tennis ball with a hole poked through it as a throw weight.
I hammock camp, so I used Dyneema (hammock ridgeline) for the throw line
A second hand rock climbing harness
A grigri 2
A Petzl ascension
Second hand rope


Before that though, I just had 1 rope, which I managed to make a climbing line, swiss saddle harness, and friction knots (Blake's hitch), all without cutting it. It was like rope origami!
Last edit: 6 years 11 months ago by Bushwhacker.

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