Tie A Staticly Equalized Three Point Anchor
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In trad climbing it is accepted practice to build anchors using three pieces of protection equalized into a master point using a single long cordolette.

Compared to a dynamically equalized anchor a static equalized anchor is generally faster to set up and has no extension if on of the anchor points fails.

The downside to a statically equalized anchor is that it will not apply force equally to all anchor points, especially if the direction of force changes.  
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