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post #5 of Old 06-25-2010
jrd22
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Contact Knothead on this forum, you will get excellent advice and he will be able to make whatever you need. You don't need a local rigger, I've gone that route before too. I had Knotty do our lifelines and he made it really easy and explained all the possible complications. It couldn't have been easier and they were perfect. I also had him make up some new sheets with snap shackles spliced in for my father's boat and he researched which line was best and did a beautiful job, and got them shipped in time to arrive for Father's day. Prices are very reasonable too. No connection, affiliation, etc, just a very satisfied customer.

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