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    does anyone know how to take the ropes off a ENO Doublenest

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    This is perhaps a cop out and too easy of an answer, but I found the knots on mine too difficult to untie due to tightness. The actual knot is buried down one side of the end channel, so you have to do some manipulation to even expose it. I just ended up cutting the cord so I could remove it from the end channel. I initially did one, keeping the other intact to study when I replaced the suspension with new cord and cinch buckles. A few months later though, I ended up removing that too and feeding the fixed end of an amsteel whoopie sling through the channel and larks heading it through itself.

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    I agree just cut it that's what I did. I assume your putting whoopies on your double.

    There great you wont regret it!

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    Yeah dude just cut it, the rope is kind of worthless.
    Some of my freight hopping adventures on film over at my YouTube Channel... Oh and there is other stuff there as well!

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    On mine they were just fed through the hemmed ends. I was able to un-tie the rope and remove it. I fed through my whoopie sling line instead.

    How are your ropes connected?

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    Thank to all wasnt sure and didnt want to mess anything up first go around
    I am using chain link from AHE for now
    ya time to change suspension systems not sure what system im going with yet clich buckle or a UCR
    I really like those dutch clips fast on and off

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    Opie has a video on how to replace cord.

    He shows replacing it with a whoOpieSling.

    whoopieslings.com

    ( scroll down )

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    I agree... Just cut it if you are planning on replacing it.

    I was able to untie mine, but once you load some knots, they are a bear to get undone.
    I am not a gram weenie. , But Im starting to see the merits!!!

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    yup, I just cut mine and attached a whoopie sling.

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