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Postby lemur » Fri Nov 23, 2001 1:39 am

Im new...what,why and how are lines 'sleived'
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Postby murdoc » Fri Nov 23, 2001 10:44 am

i don't know if i get it right...
do u mean sleeved? and do you mean the thicker parts on both ends?

that's easy to explain: you can't knot a kiteline (actually, you CAN)- but these hi-tech lines are very sensitive. a knot will decrease the strenghth of the line by about 30%.


hope i helped you....

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Postby brucechrystal » Fri Nov 23, 2001 2:15 pm

sleeves are the end "bits" on your lines - these are threaded on and allow you to loop the lines to attach the kite - you can buy a sleeving kit from most kite shops - useful if you want to shorten your lines - failrly easy to do


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