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i put this on 28 so thought id share on here aswell, someone was talking about the pains of climbing cranes with a tripod so thought id share my sling that ive knocked up, pretty practical and makes life easier climbing fences and stuff- if you can get hold of the lifting loops i've used...

just cable tied a couple of carabiners to one of the legs and bobs your uncle


as you can see using four lifting loops as a sling means you can choke them together....


i lined the inside of that pipe lagging with an old belt and that's also come in handy with certain fences so i keep it on one of the tripod legs- if anyone asks its back padding :grin2::grin2:

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