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Bottom of my BIB Starter. The front wingnut, I crank down almost all the way. The rear wingnut I leave with about a 1/4" gap. Everyone adjusts their settings differently based on comfort, your wrapped girth size, and, the level of weight being used.
 

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Here are the weight plates I like to use. The bigger ones say "Marcy Grip" on them. I buy them at Wal-Mart...they're pretty inexpensive. In this picture you see a 5lb plate on top of a 10lb plate. The smaller weight at the top is a 2.5lb plate.
 

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Do you use both the "bib starter" and regular bib ? Elsewhere in your posts you refer to the "bib production model" ? Just wondering if I should have ordered the starter too. I've ordered the regular bib model already, will start hanging soon.
 
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I believe that Bib stated that the starter and the regular are the same, only the starter is slightly smaller and eventually you would need to move up. I got the regular model and have had no problems. I did start with the Theragrip but changed to the Ace bandage type for the grip it gets: tackiness as it's been described.
I'm up to 15#'s and the comfort level is high.
I do OTS for Tunica stretch , or over the side of my chair. Occassionally I will do SO for ligs, my LOT is @ 6. I added a ring under my computer desk to run through for some of the SO hangs.
 
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