Dude, there are posts where you claim the CF did not install the line in the bar. Look yourself at what you wrote.Cezary wrote: ↑Thu Nov 11, 2021 10:09 amI’m sorry but I never claimed there was no chicken loop line , I just don’t know this for sure, can only suspect it. Also
I don’t know why pretty much brand new bar failed in moderate conditions!
As to the blue PU tube it never failed as you can see on photos, the connection of PU tube to the swivel failed not the PU tube itself.
In any case if it was a failure of the loading line in PU tube there must be something very wrong with this bar, that’s all!
A number of guys said it’s very low quality bar, perhaps that’s the answer!?
Waiting your answers to above?CaptainKook wrote: ↑Thu Nov 11, 2021 12:21 amI have been using CF sickbar and kites for last 4yrs with no issues, regularly jumping, and regularly in high winds and in heavy surf.
I can only say that in my own personal experience, CF is very good quality. The main depower line is probably 6mm or 8mm and has never given me any problems.
Can I ask OP
Kite size used?
Wind gusts? on date/time of accident
What depth of water was the jump in?
How many jumps were recorded prior to the incident during that session?
How many jumps were recorded on the previous 10-12 sessions using the bar?
There's no way you rode the bar for 10-12 sessions previous to the incident without a main depower line inside the PVC. The PVC tube would have ripped off on the first or second session.
Riders nearly always snap lines, or break depower lines (on any brand bars) when they are seriously overpowered.
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