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Matt B

Does some of the frame saving techniques defeat the purpose if they are permanent or used all the time? Are there special occasions where the "frame savers" come off? Or is this exclusively for resale value?


the ubiquitous old inner tube is always good for dressing a security chain. a step up from that would be 2-inch (50mm) flat webbing from an outdoor shop that sells climbing gear.

does anyone know a cheaper source for that type of webbing in short lengths?


Inner tube with a couple of zip ties tight round either end to stop it falling off.

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