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how much to get a new england rope spliced? not a fan of tieing a bowline all the time.

 

Does it cost more to get it slaiced/spliced rather than just sewn together?

 

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Be aware that if you have a rope spliced after purchase by a friend it may no longer pass a LOLER inspection as there is no evidence of it being sold as a rope with a spliced eye.

The opinions of others may vary, but that's my take on things.

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Your loler inspector wants sacking then

 

 

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:laugh1:

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Too late!

 

And I've spliced rigging and climbing lines too:confused1:

But I'll not issue a LOLER ticket for them:001_tt2:

Quick, get the worms back into the tin !

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