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12 Strand Am Steel Blue Whoopie Sling Splice




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whoopie sling 12strand tenex These instructions are intended for use with Samsons Tenex and
cut lengths for 2 end per carrier Tenex Published Whoopie Sling strengths are Rope Cut
Sling Adjusts
for Samsons TenexTEC when spliced in accordance with these instructions Size Length FromTo
All slings use 12 10 30 to 48
same measurements
58 12 36 to 60
with proper size
fid 34 15 42 to 72
splicing fixed eye
Fid short A B
12 Fid
1 Fid 1 Fid
Using these measurements do the Locked Brummel Splice Directions are as Leave tail at full volume Just cut end at
an angle then tape
1B Pass taped end through center
of rope at Mark B Do not bury
Eye Mark A leave on entry side of
standing rope
1 Fid B
A B A
1 Fid
1C Pass the opposite end through the center of
the tail approximately 2 picks from where it
1D Close up Brummel
exits the standing rope
1E To bury the tail into the standing end make a mark
approximately 2 picks from where the standing part Mark C
passes through the tail Mark C This will be the tail entry point
entry point From Mark C measure down the stand
ing part 1 fid length and make Mark D Insert fid and
tapered tail at C and bring out at D Remove fid and
1 Fid
smooth the standing part out which will bury the
entire tail
Mark D
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step
c r e at i n g a d j u s ta b l e l o o p
From Mark D measure 114 fids and make
Mark E
Attach end of rope to a fid and pass the
fid and tail in at Mark E and out of Mark D
Fixed Eye
Fids E
Pull the tail end through the buried portion Fixed Eye
and leave the tail exposed 114
C Fids E
step
back splicing the end
From the unspliced end of the rope measure 12 fid
then measure a fid short section Use these marks to do
a Back Splice as follows
3a Insert the end of the rope in at the 12 fid mark
and out at the short section mark
Short section of fid 12 Fid
Short section
of fid
12 Fid
3b Pull firmly on the tail until the eye completely closes
3c Grasp the butt of the splice and milk back towards
exit point
Milk
3D Mark the tail at the exit point Pull the tail out slightly
and cut off at an angle
3E Remilk to bury tail
COMPLETED WHOOPIE SLING
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