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    Quote Originally Posted by opie View Post
    I have a new version of the Guy Lines coming out soon. I think they will be an improvement....
    Hi Opie. I set a maccat up in my garage with your guylines. They do work well but they also release very easily if touched. What will the improvement be over the ones I have? I have 2mm yellow with the heavy duty shock cord. Look forward to hearing more. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cody1786 View Post
    Opie, if you don't have a tester yet, let me know. The only thing I'm not sure about will be rigging the ASR into a Hennessy. I'm wondering if I could shove it through the whip in the same way as the stock RL. Maybe I could even tie the ASR to the stock RL, then pull on the RL loop at the larkshead to pull it through the whip. Then, I could use the method shown in the Hennessy Whoopie Sling conversion video. If you've already got a tester, I'm definately looking forward to ordering one.
    Yes... the test RL has been sent off.

    You can pull one through the whipping on a Hennessey. I meant to swap mine out before I sent my Hennessey off for someone to try out.
    I am not a gram weenie. , But Im starting to see the merits!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrToot View Post
    Hi Opie. I set a maccat up in my garage with your guylines. They do work well but they also release very easily if touched. What will the improvement be over the ones I have? I have 2mm yellow with the heavy duty shock cord. Look forward to hearing more. Thanks.
    Im waiting on some information from one of our tarp builders. Hes got it.

    EDIT: yes, they will release easily if you push up on the backside of the constrictor. When you tension them, make sure you are pulling the tensioner all the way out.

    The new design still doesnt require the tying of any knots......
    Last edited by opie; 01-07-2010 at 16:41.
    I am not a gram weenie. , But Im starting to see the merits!!!

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