12 Day's of Training: Sling Angles

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We often learn from our surroundings. By taking a page from other folk's playbooks, we can start to appreciate new solutions to old problems.

Standard rigging generally calls for two to four slings rigged from the crane hook to the load. Either the slings connect directly to a pad eye or manufactured connector like a swivel hoist ring, or we might use the slings in choker or basket hitches.

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