RopeLink 2.6 and 2.45
How to Use
- To work correctly, rope(s) must be overlapped the length of the RopeLink.
- Starting at either end of RopeLink, lay overlapped rope into the first curl.
- Hold link with thumb and finger; with other hand, wrap overlapped rope into the rest of curls.
- After there is tension on the rope, the RopeLink will not slip.
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Theodore D from Ohio
These are ingenious! Easy to use and makes a very secure connection.
Larry P from Montana
Kurt B from Iowa
These are the absolute best idea!! Simple to use. I used only one to keep (2) 660' wires together for over 4 months. Also the best ever for finishing an electric line so I don't have to tie knots at its end and break the silver wires or have that end from a tie off touch the metal post and short out the line. Always have when checking lines. Best idea ever!
Amy K from Wisconsin
Having done electric fencing before, I was skeptical about how the whole end-post system would work: insulator, p spring, and RopeLink. It was not only extremely easy, but the tension on the rope is great! It’s much easier than using connectors that require tools. I also ran insulated wire under two gates, stripped the ends, and stuck the wire through the loops on the installed RopeLinks. It made a great connection, conducting the charge under the gates. I highly recommend the RopeLinks.
Ginger S from Michigan
These links work like a charm. I tried a few last year and came back for more this year. We rotate our livestock all summer long and I use these to make tightening up a line quick and easy. So long as there is pressure on them - they won’t fail.