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Re: loop connection

2006/9/17 9:47
From WNY
Posts: 54

lv2nymph wrote:
I have not found that, and I think I know why. When I put them on and apply the super glue I put it on the whole part of it that's on the fly line ( fills the little voids maybe? ) I apply a coating of silicone mucilin so staying afloat isn't an issue. Maybe this is the difference?

I would not recommend super glue as it creates stiffness in the line which would cause the line coating to crack, especially where the line meets the connector. You really don't need any adhesive with those type of braided loops. If you feel you need the extra security, use a flexible adhesive such as thinned aquaseal or locktite 414.

Posted on: 2013/3/27 10:57

Re: loop connection

2006/9/17 9:47
From WNY
Posts: 54
I've been expreimenting with welded loops on my spey heads and tips using this method.

Posted on: 2013/3/27 10:59

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