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Guy Capra (Alomphega)

What is the best lifter ever if I need huge power and stability ?

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this bold line ... (bolded)

**500 lb. test only for light wind

that is quite strong single line for 6 mph wind ... that's all.

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It really does lift once you get it up! And hard to walk down in winds over 20 mph. Go big on the line!

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like this guy here ?

I hope my technique is better than your friends in the video, but, yes, it feels like that sometimes!

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