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fall at ton sai 26-Dec-2003 At 5:48:05 PM jjobrien
The figure 8 is even better if you do a rethread tie off thingy, let me explain. Tie a F8 then with the tail do a sorta half hitch around the standing end and then slip the tail down through the F8 again, if you know what I mean. This leaves the clipping end of the rope clear for really close clipping and keeps the tail pointed back at you and out of the way. It also adds another diameter of rope to the knot making it easier to untie. You end up with three bits of rope going through the base of the knot instead of 2. Make sense?

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