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How I made my own "Fireloop"

Postby Adek » Thu Nov 26, 2020 6:40 pm

I am a 100% hooked rider and here is how I improve my harness hook. I cut it off and bend steel part as a limiter to soft "Fireloop". This design is very simple and cost effective for those who ride hooked and like toeside carving. This simple solution eliminate shoulder of force from hook and move point of force to the steel tube on your harness maximum close to your body. It has a serious advantages due to regular harness hooks. When you on toeside your harness never twist right or left. On jumps harness steel bar not twist horizontally and not push to your ribs. Lately I improved my "Fireloop" a little bit:

I use this "FireLoop" more than 2 years. It is safe, cost efficient and reliable and have no problem with release and other safety!
My harness FireLoop.jpg

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