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i was thinking of trying one of those with an x ring in either end probably of different size to enable remote setting and removal.

so iam wondering whether tennex hollow braid or a double braid would be best, i guess the tennex would be easier.

thanks

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thanks for the replies, im pretty green when it comes to splicing, so the tennex seems the better option although it is a loose weave.

when doing an xring either end , are the splices the same or do you have to do a different one once you already have the first one on?

thanks

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Its possible to locking brummel boths ends, form both eyes before putting the rings in place. Get tenex tec, its a twin carrier so a little more hard wearing than regular tenex. 

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might try the teffelburger Trex as it seems similar and more available, that is if i ever actualy get round to it.

thanks for the help

carl

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