Sunday, July22, 2018

Sam Lock Whip

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LOCK STITCH Required Approximately 12 fid length of nylon or polyester whipping twine or the same size of the strands in the rope you are 1
Pass stitching FINISHED SPLICE
through spliced
area near throat of
Whip or seize the end of the spliced area
eye as shown A
with whipping twine for extra security and a
professional touch
Step 2
Reinsert as shown Step 1
pulling snug but not B
tight A
Step 3
Continue to reinsert
as shown until you
1 2 3 Step 2
have at least 3
complete stitches
Step 4
After completing Step 3 rotate
spliced part of rope 90 and reinsert
end A into spliced area in the same
area and in the same fashion as in Step 3
Steps 1 2 and 3 The splice will now be stitched on two
planes perpendicular to each 5
After stitching at least three complete stitches as in Step
3 extract both ends A and B together through the same
opening in the braid Tie them together 1 2 3
2090 Thornton Street Ferndale WA 98248
with a square T 800 2277673 360 3844669
knot and reinsert B
F 800 2999246 360 3840572
back into braid
Samson Rope Technologies LS7201

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