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Old 16-06-2014, 16:46   #31
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Re: Anchor Line Chafe Protection

Originally Posted by Stumble View Post
Our solution, and what I am doing is to splice an eye over a thimble in the nylon, and eye splicing the dyneema to the thimble.
Same here! Or one can splice an eye in the Dyneema and cow-hitch it to the thimble if you want to be able to remove it nondestructively.


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Re: Anchor Line Chafe Protection

Why not just cow hitch it to a loop in the nylon? Or if you're worried about the dyneema cutting the nylon, do like I do on my spare rode-make the dyneema loop big enough and do a prusik hitch. My rode is 7/8 and I don't want that thimble banging around, your snubber is probably smaller, tho.

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