Slackline tensioning experiment - Buckingham Palace


The Buckingham method is to use a linegrip + hangover to tension a slackline or highline with an efficient 3 to 1 system. I had a lot of grips and hangovers so we decided to put a bunch together... making the Buckingham Palace. (I had a G2 linegrip in this video, not a G4, but all WLL was correct... opps!)


Thank you Kyle Lovett for filming and Neil Skinner for reading the static side dynomometer. And thank you Friedi Kühne, Robert Yuwiler, Cameron Nelson, and Kyle Lovett for lending me hangovers and thank you Andy Lewis for the extra dynomometers.


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