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Apr 6, 2010
I may be inept at searching the old posts but I couldn't find any current info on reslinging tricams

I wanted to use Forest Safety Products but his site is down, is he no longer working? So does anybody have a good recommendation on where I can get 4 or 5 tricams re-slung, ideally in the Denver/Colorado Springs area?
Derek W
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Apr 6, 2010
I think most places will require you to send them by mail. If Forest is down, check Fish, I seem to remember Russ reslings tricams as well. You here Russ? Erik W
From Boulder, CO
Joined Mar 8, 2007
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Apr 6, 2010
I just sent some cams to Mountain Tools to get them reslung. They do Tricams too, though they're a bit pricey at $9.50 per piece. Tristan Higbee
From Ogden, UT
Joined Mar 9, 2008
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Apr 6, 2010
Last year I reslung my old Tricams for about the sixth time.
I just buy some tubular webbing and resling them myself with a water knot aka ringbend.
You can use tape to tighten them near the unit, but I've found that if I leave the tape off the Tricams double as slings if need be.
Tom Hanson
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Apr 6, 2010
Yates tenpins
Joined Jan 29, 2007
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Apr 6, 2010
tenpins wrote:
Yates


According to their website they don't do Tricams.
yatesgear.com/climbing/slings/...
Derek W
Joined Jun 27, 2008
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Apr 6, 2010
Erik W wrote:
I think most places will require you to send them by mail. If Forest is down, check Fish, I seem to remember Russ reslings tricams as well. You here Russ?


I've heard they are really hard to get ahold of, but I put my email in to them as I couldn't find the info on their webpage, but thanks for the tip.

Tristan Higbee wrote:
I just sent some cams to Mountain Tools to get them reslung. They do Tricams too, though they're a bit pricey at $9.50 per piece.


That is a little more than I'd hoped for, esp if I throw shipping on top, but right now they are looking the easiest.

Thanks guys, if you have more places, keep them comping please.
Derek W
Joined Jun 27, 2008
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Apr 7, 2010
FYI, I heard back from Fish and they do not do Tri-cams either. Looks like Mountain Tools is my choice Derek W
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Apr 7, 2010
use US Postal Service flat rate small box. Big enough for tricams. its only 4.95 and usually gets where every i need to ship it in 2-4 days. Boxes at the post office too. sunder
From Alsip, Il
Joined Apr 19, 2009
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Apr 7, 2010
Forest is still in business, they are just having problems with their internet guy. I am not sure if they do tricams or not. Here is their info.


Forest Safety Products
1712 Pine Valley Rd
Bayfield, CO 81122
Telephone: 970.884.1712
Email: information@forestsafetyproducts.com
markthomas
Joined Sep 30, 2009
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Apr 7, 2010
Hey great Mark! Thanks, I'll get in touch with them. Derek W
Joined Jun 27, 2008
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Apr 7, 2010
This doesn't apply to the OP, so may be off-topic. But if anyone else out there is reslinging BD C4's, you should definitely consider this information put out here by BD before deciding where to send them:

blackdiamondequipment.com/en-u...

Those pics certainly got my attention, particularly the tweaking done at only 4kn.

At $5 a pop, sending C4/C3 cams to BD to be reslung with their specific sew seems like a good idea.
Sirius
From Oakland, CA
Joined Nov 6, 2003
515 points
Apr 7, 2010
FYI, Forest won't do them either.

And good info Sirius. I'd heard of that but never seen the study. Thanks.
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