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    Ridge line tensioner.

    Anyone know of a neat clean way to attach shock cort to zinit line?
    I tied a six inch loop of shock cord in a knot, attached to tarp. Tied the zingit to shock cord. Does a nice job keeping the tarp tight, it just looks like crap.

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    Haven't done it myself, but I've seen where some folks use a short piece of surgical tubing for tensioners. The guyline is threaded through the tubing to give a cleaner look.... Can't help you though on a good source for cheap surgical tubing, though...sorry.
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    Lowes has surgical tubing by the foot in the plumbing dept. Not terribly cheap but not too bad.

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    Tie a perfection loop in the line & do a loop to loop connection like a fly line.
    Love is blind. Marriage is an eye opener.

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    I did similar to the 'sticky' thread with the clove hitch, only I wrapped the cord around the shock cord the clean it up...
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    Sheet bend or a clove hitch

    Jeremy

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