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ok, i have a spare rope that id like to make into a 3 strand lenght with two eye splices, i havnt got a clue how to do it though so any help would be great


this is what i have, 3 x 12 foot lenghts of new england rope



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not sure what your wanting but if its splicing then it,s too complex to answer here

go to new englands site they have splicing instructions

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thanks, i know how to do a ring and back splice, but not how to get my 3 seperat lenght of rope into one lenght of rope to start work on

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