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Hook Latch Splicing Needles (7 pack)

$4.95

Seven different size needles to help you get all of your DIY projects done. Most commonly used for splicing rope of a smaller diameter.

113 in stock

weight: 8.7 g

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Seven different size needles to help you get all of your DIY projects done. Most commonly used for splicing rope of a smaller diameter.

*package contains 7 different needles of various sizes*

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Weight 8.7 g
SKU DUF001

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  1. One person found this helpful
    Jason

    5 out of 5 perfect tools

    Jason (verified owner)

    Was the perfect tool as I prepared some Zing-it guy-lines this weekend. best $5 I’ve spent in a while.

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  2. 3 out of 3 people found this helpful
    Anne Akers

    5 out of 5 Great splicing tools

    Anne Akers (verified owner)

    These work perfectly and it’s nice that they come in such a variety of sizes. I used them with Zingit and DutchHooks to make a new ridgeline for my tarp.

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  3. Question

    Randy Condon

    Are the smaller ones small enough for 1.75 or 2.2 zing-it?

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    • Carolyn Palmer

      Admin Carolyn Palmer

      Yes they are, the two bigger ones will not work but 3 of the smaller ones worked well.

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  4. norivn luna

    5 out of 5

    norivn luna (verified owner)

    Very cool tools just what I had been needing. Small but work great.

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  5. Question

    Stephen Harper

    Are these of sufficient size and length to make the long 10-12” buries needed for whoopie slings?

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    • Carolyn Palmer

      Admin Carolyn Palmer

      No they are much smaller and are best used for reflect it, zing it or lash it. I would suggest the loop turner if you are making amsteel whoopie slings and need a longer burry

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  6. bmyton

    5 out of 5 Awesome for Eyes

    bmyton (verified owner)

    Works great for small end treatments like eyes and soft shackles. Not really long enough to do a whoopie sling, the Loop Turner is the way to go there (available at local fabric shops or from Dutch).

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  7. Barbara Matthews

    5 out of 5

    Barbara Matthews (verified owner)

    I bought these for splicing Zing it and Lash it. I was very impressed with how sturdy and well made they are. They are small and were a little difficult for me to grip well at times. On the other hand, they are small and are perfect for the task. Any plans for making a larger version for making whoopie slings? I have broken more than of few of the loop turners I have purchased at local stores and have had several just fall apart, just no quality with those. Once again, thanks for the high quality products, ingenious innovations and awesome customer service!

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  8. jeff shewmon

    5 out of 5

    jeff shewmon (verified owner)

    Smaller than I thought they would be, but they work great.
    With the second to largest I was able to get 10 inch buries in 7/64 amsteel.

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