1. Originally Posted by RWillieK
We need an official total too
by my math it's 43,750 feet, but that's not the even number he was looking for so i'm guessing there's 50 feet somewhere i'm missing

43,800 feet would be 73-600 foot rolls for the even number that opie was looking for, or to continue the totals on the spread sheet

8.295 total in miles
13.379 total in kilometers
2.402 total in leagues
3,650 total in 6' whoopie slings
0.00336 # of times from LA -> NY
8,760 wraps around Shug (pretty sure this is around the middle of Shug and not head to toe, never met the man, but i'm assuming he's taller than 2'6", atleast he looks taller than that in the videos)
438 screaming spouse decibels

1,097 lbs for entire order or
497,590.42 grams or
77.887 stone or
.1192 african elephants

\$5,256.00 for entire order or
\$5,208,00 \$AU (as of 1-26-11) for entire order or
\$103,098,893.00 \$Vietnamese Dong (as of 1-26-11) for entire order

*all numbers are unofficial and for informational purposes only, please no wagering

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2. Can the Samson site be correct? I am reading it as 100 ft of 7/64 is .30 pounds, or 4.8 oz. If that is true, shipping would seem to be near 16 ounces for 300 ft. 1100 pounds for 43,800 ft is about 8 pounds for 300 ft. Which is it? Not that I care all that much, but it is a serious difference.

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3. Its 131.4 Lbs of rope for the entire order, neglecting spools, pallets and such...

It is .3 lbs for 100 ft. of Amsteel - Blue.

well, to be correct you'd have to factor in how much is 1/8" too... but that'll be pretty close.

4. Thanks. I was looking at possible shipping costs, and there is a difference between 1 pound and 8 pounds.

5. Originally Posted by olzeke
Can the Samson site be correct? I am reading it as 100 ft of 7/64 is .30 pounds, or 4.8 oz. If that is true, shipping would seem to be near 16 ounces for 300 ft. 1100 pounds for 43,800 ft is about 8 pounds for 300 ft. Which is it? Not that I care all that much, but it is a serious difference.
ahhh, i just used the conversion that was already on the spread sheet, i didn't actually check the numbers, my bad......yea a bit of a difference

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6. Originally Posted by otter46544
Opie what was the price per ft on the 1/8 in before shipping?
\$.20 per foot.

7. Originally Posted by canoeski
I could use 100' of 1/8" black if still available.

Thanks Opie!
Originally Posted by MuseJr
Opie, I'll take 100' of whatever 1/8" stuff needs to be filled. Green is the first choice.
I need to double check my math, But I think everything is filled out.

I know the 7/64 is all rounded off.

Also.... There is a portion of this headed to the UK, about 6000'. So dont use the numbers on the spreadsheet to figure an even number. The UK order isnt on the spreadsheet.

Here is the updated spreadsheet. Ill add in the 1/8 numbers in a bit.

8. Originally Posted by Sunny's_Trike
Opie I will take 1/8" 200' of silver if its still available

Update/edit:
Actually I will take 200' of either 7/64 or 1/8 and color is not that important if that would help
Sunny... My math shows there is only 100' available. Is that OK?

9. Originally Posted by opie
Sunny... My math shows there is only 100' available. Is that OK?
Sunny, my math was wrong. You are good to go for 200' of 1/8 silver.

IN FACT, we need 100' more of 1/8 silver to round everything off.

Between MuseJr and canoeski......

10. First off, Thanks Opie for doing this. Second, I have a question as to how final per foot price will be figured out. Will it be total cost of ALL (to opie and individuals) shipping and line divided by the amount of line, OR will it be cost of line and shipping to opie divided by amount of line + actual shipping to individuals?

Ether way this will be a good deal, just curious.