Triloaded Carabiners

I triloaded carabiners at the steepest angle i could and... you guessed it... it reduced the strength. Albeit higher than I originally thought. I believe it's proper term is called biaxial loading but we all throw "triloading" around so often that I am using it here. Check out @Hard Is Easy as he will be going into this more himself! Results: Lowest force was 10.14kn "Triloading" the narrow side produced higher results. ➜➜➜Our Stuff! It’s free! ►Bolting Bible is free and at https://www.slackline.com/boltingbible ►100% of DONATIONS goes back into the channel. All of our stuff is free. https://www.slackline.com/donate ►Just started a new channel! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCHiQ... ►Everything is FREE at https://www.SLACKLINE.com/ ➜➜➜AFFILIATE LINKS AND DISCOUNTS all found at https://www.slackline.com/shop ►Shirts and hats - https://www.SLACKLIFE.store ►LineScale 3 - https://www.linegrip.com/shop/linesca... - hit me up if you want one from the first batch at ryan@slackline.com ►5% off at https://www.caveexploration.org/gear using the code "HOWNOT2" ►10% off at https://rockytalkie.com/products/rock... using the code "HowNOTtoHighline" ►Balance Community Slackline Outfitters https://bit.ly/351FSFO ►Get 5% off CBD, THCv & Delta 8 products at https://hempylongstocking.com/ with code HOWNOT2 Behind the Scenes abc After Posting Thoughts abc

I triloaded carabiners at the steepest angle i could and... you guessed it... it reduced the strength. Albeit higher than I originally...