I can't think of better Christmas gifts for a TT guy than good
climbing safety gear. Here are a few URL's to sites where I've
recently purchased climbing safety gear.
My last purchase were the best steel-shanked boots I have ever worn
while climbing (saves my feet from those rungs). And, the price was
73 Bill N4LG
SitePro (good selection & prices)
Great Climbing Boots w/steel shank
Climbing Safety Fall Protection Equipment by GMESupply
Midwest Tower Safety Equipment
Elk River Fall Protection Gear
MSA Lanyards- fall protection
Tessco Safety Gear
Understanding Fall Arrest
At 04:10 PM 12/2/2007, you wrote:
>With the recently past talk about climbing harnesses and gear, I'm
>going to ask Santa for some new safety equipment. One way or the
>other, I want more than I have, which is a safety belt with a
>lanyard. This means I've free-climbed my tower until I get to where I
>want to be and set the positioning lanyard. I never liked it much and
>I like it even less now.
>I have an HDBX-48 tower and I'm looking at the Champion Radio site.
>Prices seem reasonable. I see the full harness, but it's *only* the
>harness. I'll certainly need a positioning lanyard, but I'll also
>need two additional lanyards with rebar hooks, and fall-arrest
>lanyard. Should the rebar hooks be on 6 ft lanyards? Anything else?
>What should I carry tools and parts in? Is there a better/additional
>place I should look at?
>Kim Elmore N5OP
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