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Ralph Wiggum

Ski Bridles

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After breaking our fair share of ski bridles, I was wondering if anyone has found a little beefier option. We've been using the standard one with the white, coated cable and red, plastic connect point/pulley.

I can find stronger bridles but not with a pulley. I like having the pulley, but you'd think they'd make a stronger one. If anyone knows of where I can find one, let me know. I only need an 8-footer, not a 12-footer.

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I use on that is just braided nylon rope with the "hook and loop". It has been the best on I have used. I can't remember the brand but I have had it for several years. No pulley but works good for me.

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