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    Rigging a Stage

    I have 3 stages, an AL40 and two AL7s, all rigged with off the shelf rigging kits. Now that I am on a CCR, they are suboptimal and the boltsnaps are too small, the jubilee clips have corroded too. Any ideas on the best way to rig them, I already have some larger boltsnaps.
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    I don’t understand what the CCR has to do with it, can you explain

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    I’ve been using off the shelf just with big ass custom divers bolt snaps
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    Timmyg has a good demo on his site
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    Are u going sidemount or dir style first off

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    Quote Originally Posted by jb2cool View Post
    I don’t understand what the CCR has to do with it, can you explain
    The standard boltsnaps are too small for the frame.
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    I make my own custom stage straps using the Large Xdeep boltsnaps both top and bottom and some 5mm cord.

    Works nicely both in cold and warm water.

    https://www.xdeep.eu/nx-series-bolt-...ba-pr-140.html

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    I am not sure exactly what your issues are but for me the only clips id use were the BIG loop Kent tooling ones. They were by far the most easy to handle and secure clips I ever owned and fantastic for blind work

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    Quote Originally Posted by ScottyG View Post
    I make my own custom stage straps using the Large Xdeep boltsnaps both top and bottom and some 5mm cord.

    Works nicely both in cold and warm water.

    https://www.xdeep.eu/nx-series-bolt-...ba-pr-140.html


    Go on how much are they


 
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