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.
Listed below are recommended optional components or related items. Your particular situation may require alternative recommendations. Please call and talk to our consultants if there are any questions at 800-282-6631.
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John M from Maine
I bought these to add flexibility to my Fence tool box. This splice was used to couple my chicken netting to my perimeter fence. I use a small scarp of the poly rope, (Black and White 9 strand, I think), to connect some twine as a hot wire. No trying to tie a good connection and it can be moved or returned to the tool box. The Rope link is an efficient tool any way you want to use it a quick connection any where it is needed. Keep at a spare around and you will be glad of it. Most of the fence parts are smart to over order a few extra as your only creative fencing is limited by ready spares.
Marcia R from Maine
Pari M from Colorado
Fast and easy connections with any tools. Just amazing. They hold very well and transmit the current perfectly.
Robert O from Virginia
When viewing them in the catalog, I felt there was NO way they would be effective. Wow, was I wrong! They are EASY to install and VERY EFFECTIVE at the same time. I bought some to try them out, and will now order some more to complete my fencing project.
Harold F from il
one of the handiest invention for fence builders I have ever used in my 70 years on livestock farm