Brake racks can be customized for your specific application. The following kits are designed based upon the preferences of frequent rack users. To determine which rack kit best fits your need, review the following: 1. Choose from 'straight' or '90 degree' harness attachment eye. Most users prefer to orient the rack's short leg pointing down. Most harnesses with a sewn-in inchD inch ring that lays flat against the user's stomach (like the PMI Avatar) need a 90 degree twist eye rack. 2. Select Aluminum or Stainless Steel bars. SS bars are cleaner on the rope and last longer, but have less friction and thus are faster rides with the same number of bars. Select a model number with an A at the end for aluminum bars (including an aluminum top bar) or an S for stainless steel bars. 3. The addition of a stainless steel top bar with an extension (hyper- bar) accommodates easy lock off and extra control - more money but worth it, especially with stainless steel bars. Select a model with an S-2 at the end. (SM13006S2 & SM13506S2 do not include hyper-bar)
Straight slot bar of 1 inch tubular stainless steel to be added to a brake bar frame to create a descent rack.
Weight: 2.8 oz (80 g)
Length: 2.45" (6.2 cm)
Width: 1.00" (2.5 cm)
Height: 1.00" (2.5 cm)
Material: Stainless Steel
This SMC 1.2-inch single pulley is the mini of minis. Efficient and lightweight, its solid strength and efficiency tests to greater strengths than other pulleys in the same size and price range.
It has the required prusik minding capability for use in a haul system. A 1.20 in nylon sheave and zinc-coated axle make any system run smoothly.Simple to use and easy to carry into the field. Max Rope diameter for the CR is 13 mm. The CR pulley is a single pulley.
Simple to use and easy to carry into the field; max rope diameter for the CR is 13 mm.
The JR and JRB pulleys are double pulleys with a max rope diameter for of 9 mm.