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    2.2 Zing It

    Will 2.2 Zing It fit on Tarp Flyz and Stingerz... or is the hole made for 1.75?

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    2.2 will fit in Stingerz but the 1.75 is ideal. I don't have a Tarp Flyz to try.

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    2.2mm will work but if you can 1.75 that would be awesome. 2.2mm is bulky to me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ninjahamockman View Post
    2.2mm will work but if you can 1.75 that would be awesome. 2.2mm is bulky to me.
    1.75 also weighs a good bit less. My 30' 2.2 and 50' 1.75 ridgeline both weigh 1 oz.
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    I've been using 2.2mm Stein throwline (equivalent to Zing-it) for over a year with Flyz and stingers, it works fine.

    Dutch hooks don't though without some pliers and a little bending.

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    It works but it is a little snug especially going through the eyes of the Flyz. Doable but it is tight.
    It will be tight in the antenna too but that is a good thing. I designed them to work with 1.75, but .45mm is not much different.
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    +1 I use 2.2 for my ridgeline, when my buddy used some with the flyz he said it worked he just had to work it in and out a bit more.

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