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How To Build & Use "The Easy Climb" - A Mast Climbing Aid

This is an in depth explanation of how to put together The Easy Climb and how to use it - The Easy Climb is a mast climbing aid which together with a bosun's...

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Comment by Joe Goodrow on June 17, 2013 at 1:58pm

This EasyCilmb device is really a great little addition to any boat. I made one and it works as advertised.

using your legs takes the stress out of climbing the mast. It takes only a few seconds to ascend to the very top of your mast. it's so easy that you'll want to go up often.  Love it. and I thank the man at Yacht Parts for making this

available for free.  Thank You   

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