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CMI Micro Pulley Aluminum up to 1/2in diameter rope

CMI Micro Pulley Aluminum up to 1/2in diameter rope
Item #: 15220
$24.95
This micro-sized pulley is perhaps the most popular of it style in the entire tree climbing industry.

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The Micro pulley is the choice of champions for fair leading line and for minding a hitch. Aluminum construction for use with 1/2" lines. 2.6oz weight. 7,000lbs tensile.
Additional Information

Additional Information

Weight 0.20 lb.
Brand CMI
Color Gold/Green
Diameter No
Strand Count No
Height 2.5" (64mm)
Material Aluminum
Meets ANSI Standards Yes
Sheave Diameter 1.25" (32mm)
Tensile Strength 7,000 lbs ( 31.1 kN )
Working Load Limit 700 lbs ( 3.1 kN )
MPN RP110SH
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Get one! (or 3) Review by DS
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This pulley is like a micro-biner, you will find a use for every one that you buy, and can think of reasons to buy more. It is an unsung hero of arborist equipment: 7k lb break strength, durable, and lightweight. Redirects, redirect retrieval, MA systems, speedlines, and the list goes on. (Posted on 5/27/2016)
I like it Review by Jeremy O
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Great little pulley, works great on my lanyard tends very well. Nice and compact (Posted on 2/11/2015)
Nice! Review by Edgar Garcia
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Great as a slack tender in both lanyard and climbing line. (Posted on 10/9/2011)
Great all around pulley Review by Ryan
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I use it on my carabiner for tending my Schwabisch, it works great. Also works well with loop slings for a false crotch for light rigging. I also use them with a loop prusik for making pulley systems. (Posted on 3/6/2011)
Great idea Review by Limb reaper
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Great for minding the Blakes hitch. No more pulling and holding the climbing line with one arm to advance the hitch with the other. Faster ascension since you can set a longer pull than usual especially with a split tail system. (Posted on 8/8/2009)