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From: (David C. Patton)
Date: Sun, 2 Jun 1996 20:38:44 -0500 (CDT)
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How valuable does anyone find the tower block mounted at the base of
a tower and used to make the vertical rope pull a horizontal one?

It seems that whenever I am hauling something up a tower it is nice
to be able to stop, or sometimes I have to stop, and then it's
advantageous to tie/wrap the rope around a tower rung to hold the
load for a while.  Using a tower block to make a horizontal pull some
distance away from the tower would not allow me to tie off the rope
if I had to.  Instead I would have to walk the rope in towards the
tower first.

73, Dave WX3N


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