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    Easier still - forget the locked brummell and just sew a few stitches by hand into the bury when done. The only function the brummell or stitches have is to keep the bury from falling out while unloaded.
    Last edited by MAD777; 09-26-2012 at 17:21.
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    Also, I think I read somewhere that stiching derates your rope less than a locked brummel. If I am wrong, would someone please post or PM me so I don't pass-on bad info.
    Last edited by Alan Burd; 09-26-2012 at 16:46. Reason: forgot to look at grammer

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