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    Senior Member Resqsarge03's Avatar
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    Loss proof toggle

    I drilled the end of my toggle (DIY from an old tent pole and free) and put some accessory cord through it in order to keep from losing it. It seemed like a good idea and I thought perhaps y'all might find it useful.
    I use standard climbing webbing with dip-it on the ends to keep it neat. I've always got some of this lying around since we use it to tie anchor systems, make swiss seats, and as carabiner wrenches.
    Enjoy.
    It is sitting on top of an unfinished jewelry box I made in my **** Yankee Workshop.


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    Not bad! Pretty cool.
    Sticking feathers up your butt does not make you a chicken!

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    Senior Member zukiguy's Avatar
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    My whoopie slings had no beads on them so I ran a piece of cord through the adjustable loop and tied it off to the toggle. Now my toggles can't get lost and they prevent someone (Me) from doing something stupid like pulling the whoopie loop through.

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    Senior Member Resqsarge03's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by zukiguy View Post
    My whoopie slings had no beads on them so I ran a piece of cord through the adjustable loop and tied it off to the toggle. Now my toggles can't get lost and they prevent someone (Me) from doing something stupid like pulling the whoopie loop through.
    Zuki-proof toggles?

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