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Old 09-25-2009
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Originally Posted by roblusignan View Post
I have a halyard running up to a pulley that is only large enough to accommodate a thin wire rope. Where can I learn how to do that splice?
Look up the strength of that small wire, and compare it to the same size of Dynex. You may be surprised. Unless your sheaves are messed up, I suspect you can use wire sheaves for SK-75

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USe the Dynex 75 as the rope you would need for halyards. This is the SK-75 that goes under the Dynex, Spectra, Amsteel.....it is all the same stuff.

The Dynex Dux however is very different, and I have rigged my entire boat in Dynex Dux. It is much stronger and has very low creep or stretch. No more wire.....
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