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Old 07-09-2014, 08:39 PM
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Anyone know where I can get a chinese finger trap device that will allow me to connect the new rigger line to the old line, pull the old lines through with the new line attached, cleanly through the riggers? I've tried electrical tape but I know there is a better way!

Using 400lb line.
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Crimp new line to old line and pull through.
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Originally Posted by sailfish18 View Post
Crimp new line to old line and pull through.
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Old 07-10-2014, 08:03 AM
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You need some 200 pound Dacron if your crimps won't go through.
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Just use some heat shrink tubing
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electrical tape
Old 07-10-2014, 12:16 PM
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Originally Posted by sailfish18 View Post
Crimp new line to old line and pull through.

Yup, EZPZ.
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Thanks guys. Tackling this weekend. Don't think crimps will work with the pulleys on the riggers. I've got all these items on the boat with the exception of dacron, which is probably the most similar to what i was initially looking for.

Now, anyone have a cockpit dredge off the outrigger diagram they care to share? I'm thinking of a two pulley system to minimize the strain on equipment.
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Crimp will work with 400lb, just redid ours today with pulleys on each eye of the rigger

You do have to crush the crimp AND give it a few tugs to get it lined up and through but it works.
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Originally Posted by sailfish18 View Post
Crimp will work with 400lb, just redid ours today with pulleys on each eye of the rigger

You do have to crush the crimp AND give it a few tugs to get it lined up and through but it works.
.... No need to spend a doller to save a nickel.
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Originally Posted by GRSC View Post
electrical tape
This is what we have always done.

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