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    Thank you for that. I think I fully undrstand now. I will post pictures next week after we get done.
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    Just read this thread and noone touched on your brummel. I would suggest doin a locked brummel( no thread needed) and chuck that stock rope, it's not even tied that secure IMO. I just fed my fixed loop through the channel and larksheaded it just like Opie shows in his tutorial video. I have the ENO double with the same size amsteel you're using. Have fun!
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