|Shock Cord Size (In.)||PN|
These cone spring hooks and
locking rings are used as terminal fasteners. Insert cord through
small end of cone. Apply and crimp locking ring about 1/2"
from end of cord, pull cord back until locking ring contacts
inside of fastener. Cut ends of cord may be sealed by dipping
in rubber cement.
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Think about selling the rings separately without the springs. For some reason I thought you did
These fasteners are cheap!! They are not of the same quality as older ones uses on ski rigging. Installed a new set of 1/2” recently but both failed at the crimp. Had to modify to make them work. I have replaced my share of bungees and never had issues with the old style fasteners. Built much better quality. Little 1/4” ones seem to be ok but doesn’t. take the same load
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