DMM 4CU

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Available in 11 different sizes, the DMM 4 Cam Unit Device can effectively protect a range of crack sizes from half an inch up to 4 inches. Two intermediate sizes (#1. 25 and #1. 75) give you more placement options in the most commonly used range. Each cam is slung with a doubled Dyneema runner that can be quickly extended to reduce drag, and the bright anodized colors provide easy size identification.

- Backcountry.com

On Sale. Free Shipping. DMM 4 Cam Units - Anodized SPECIFICATIONS of the 4 Cam Unit Set by DMM SPECIFICATIONS for 0: Weight: 75g Strength: 12-14kN Range: 13-19mm Passive Strength: 10 kN SPECIFICATIONS for 0.5: Weight: 80g Strength: 12-14kN Range: 17-24mm Passive Strength: 10 kN SPECIFICATIONS for 1: Weight: 93g Strength: 12-14kN Range: 19-29mm Passive Strength: 10 kN SPECIFICATIONS for 1.25: Weight: 96g Strength: 12-14kN Range: 21-33mm Passive Strength: 10 kN SPECIFICATIONS for 1.5: Weight: 97g Strength: 12-14kN Range: 23-35mm Passive Strength: 10 kN SPECIFICATIONS for 1.75: Weight: 99g Strength: 12-14kN Range: 25-41mm Passive Strength: 10 kN SPECIFICATIONS for 2: Weight: 110g Strength: 12-14kN Range: 29-44mm Passive Strength: 10 kN SPECIFICATIONS for 2.5: Weight: 123g Strength: 12-14kN Range: 33-55mm Passive Strength: 10 kN SPECIFICATIONS for 3: Weight: 151g Strength: 12-14kN Range: 43-66mm Passive Strength: 10 kN SPECIFICATIONS for 3.5: Weight: 185g Strength: 12-14kN Range: 51-82mm Passive Strength: 10 kN SPECIFICATIONS for 4: Weight: 224g Strength: 12-14kN Range: 64-100mm Passive Strength: 10 kN ALL CLIMBING SALES ARE FINAL.

- Moosejaw

4CU's offer the stability of a U-stem four-cam design, matched with weight-reducing machining by the wizards at DMM.

- Mountain Gear

DMM 4CU

previously retailed for:
$40.92 - $59.95

The DMM 4CU is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen September 19, 2014 at Backcountry.com.

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