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    Knows a Thing or Two TheGrendel's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by dytrdr5 View Post
    I have a soft shackle and it does have its uses, however I’m pretty excited about warns new lineup, the hyperlink and the sidewinder, great idea in my opinion


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    i picked up a hyperlink a little while ago. haven't had a chance to use it yet. but, i'm hoping to give it a review soon.

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    Soft shackles are great for snow wheelin, they won’t sink into the snow if you drop them.


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    I've switched to soft shackles, less weight, easier to pack and no rattling noise in the Jeep

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