Not sure if @Ryroza is saying the gripper in the video is gold-colored, but it’s not. The lighting is funny but that’s a standard Silvis Monster Hunter 5 star. The handles are kind of a “Mtn Dew” green.
Yeah the knob is technically infinitely variable. You can twist it as little or as much as you want for extremely slight changes. You have to keep track, though, because we don’t want you going over a certain number of FULL turns, but you don’t have to do full turns. If you’ve lost track, our recommendation is to restart at the initial fitting and turn again from there.
Using our rating set up, we are able to see that once fitted properly for the starting position, each FULL turn adds about 1.5 lbs to the rating. And since the added resistance comes from the Bumper and nothing else, the added resistance is the same for any gripper, Guide or #4 or whatever.
Yeah got stumped on the crush. Im keeping my failed A2 and doing isometric crushes once a week. When I finally move it to 1.5" ill attempt the A2 again. I also have your 8mm x 165 HRS that got stuck at 2.5" 😂 also doing iso crushes on that also
Ill have to remember to measure the meat hooks next time I train with them. They are David Horne hooks
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