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  • Ataching Tow Rope to Tower

    I was wondering what you guys think is the best way to atach a wakeboarding towrope to a tower.

    The tower is a "stock" tower(manufacturer installed) and has a plastic bushing(or whatever you call that thing you tie the rope around).

    I have been using a "straight line" rope.

    I'm wondering if there is a specific way to tie the rope on so you get the least amount of wear on both items, tower and rope.

    Or maybe you guys just have a better way.(maybe some fancy sailor knots?)
    1948 Ford F-1 (Flathead 8 Baby)
    1955 Ford F-100

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    Re: Ataching Tow Rope to Tower

    geez, Im not sure how to explain...you kind of create a loop by pulling the rope through existing loop, so that when you put tension on it, it will close and "lock" around the bushing. Damn! I had "the book" video in my car until yesterday, and there is a video I could have taken some screen shots of that shows you exactly what I mean...Ill look around you tube.
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      Re: Ataching Tow Rope to Tower

      I know what your saying about making a loop through the existing loop.

      Thats what I have been doing, works fine.


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      1948 Ford F-1 (Flathead 8 Baby)
      1955 Ford F-100

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