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  Posted by: TommyC1 on Apr-22-13 1:33 PM (EST)

-- Last Updated: Apr-22-13 1:34 PM EST --

Hmm, Thinking out loud here...

12' long
1.125" diameter

A stainless steel bolt protruding 1" from either end capable of withstanding 1,000,000 repeated blows of 200-300 lbs force.

Able to withstand constant abrasion from being forced against and jammed between granite boulders at least 3' from either end.

Able to withstand having the last 4" to 12" tightly jammed between two of the aforementioned boulders while the 200lbs poler foolishly hangs from the other end.

Having similar stiffness and flexibility to 1.125" x 0.058" wall T6061 aluminum tubing while being lighter and or more durable that a 12" length of that tubing.

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