Thread: Attaching a tip
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Old 04-15-2013, 09:00 AM
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Default Re: Attaching a tip

There are a few ways you can remake a Loop.
You can use a Fine Tipit Line Nail Knotted to form The Loop then finish off with Superglue or Pliobond.
Another method I mainly use is to Firstly Superglue the Line to form a Loop then I Whip Finish it & finish it off with either Superglue Head Cement or Pliobond.
The Third Method is to form a loop Place a Piece of Heatshrink over The Loop & Heat with either a Hairdryer or a Heat Gun then remove The Heatshrink hopefully you'll end up with a perfect Loop,also you have to be very carefully & get The heat just right.
There's another way which I don't use it's virtually The same as The one I use only The Coating is Stripped before bonding
All the above Methods are explained on You - Tube.
Brian.

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