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Old 03-26-2006, 08:49 PM   #1
Tim Campbell
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Location: Merrick  NY
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i just put up a pacific fibre 20' climbing rope over a tree branch in my yard. i looped the rope over the branch and through the eye of the rope. when climbing the rope seems to twist a fair bit. is this normal? is it b/c it has been looped over the branch? not sure how much of a problem this is, just curious what others have found.
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