Here’s the situation, brand new Imlay Canyon Fire 8.3, I stick the rope, 4th rap of 6. The anchor for the stuck rope is a not bomber deadman, I’m really not to keen on jugging it. I pull hard, really hard, no go. Pull out the ascenders, full body weight (170 lb) and it starts to budge, bounce about 50 times and she finally breaks free through the quick link . Rope inspection indicates some sheath slippage on one end, the stealth seems to kinda bunched up.. I can kinda move the rope-sheath like an accordion slightly for about the last 6feet of rope. Not noticeable while on rap and no indication of core damage. Good to go or cut it? What say ye? Obviously I made some mistakes in the canyon, and I realize that sheath slippage is not all that uncommon and in theory does not compromise strength and is generally more of a nuisance than a problem. Just looking for opinions.