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My super jive ass anchor setup for TR solo. The rock is mega abrasive here... that is a $2 Walmart fleece blanket that I secured to the rope. There is another cheap-o blanket out of view that is protecting the blue and green cordolettes. FYI (so you can know WTF you are looking at) despite the padding I was still concerned about the cordolettes. Thus, the blue is the "primary," each side of the rope is secured via an overhand on a bight to a twingate biner on the blue webbing. In between these two OH on a bight knots is about two feet of slack, in the middle of this slack the rope is clove hitched to a locking biner on the green cord. Thus, if the blue were to fail while I was hanging on it, I would fall about a foot and this would serve as my "warning" that something is really, really wrong up there.
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Andy P.
Nov 15, 2016
My super jive ass anchor setup for TR solo. The rock is mega abrasive here... that is a $2 Walmart fleece blanket that I secured to the rope. There is another cheap-o blanket out of view that is protecting the blue and green cordolettes. FYI (so you can know WTF you are looking at) despite the padding I was still concerned about the cordolettes. Thus, the blue is the "primary," each side of the rope is secured via an overhand on a bight to a twingate biner on the blue webbing. In between these two OH on a bight knots is about two feet of slack, in the middle of this slack the rope is clove hitched to a locking biner on the green cord. Thus, if the blue were to fail while I was hanging on it, I would fall about a foot and this would serve as my "warning" that something is really, really wrong up there.  

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