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Submitted: 10-06-2005 by mfb

10 of 10 BUT - go the local Ace Hardware store and get 4-2 to 3 inch steel rings and about 20 ft of nylon webbing. Make 2 web straps with a ring on each end cut to the proper length for your boat and use these as a safety strap. I may be over cautious, but I could not sleep soundly knowing my Eddyline was being held up only via a plastic connector 24x7. I use these straps as a safety measure on an otherwise fine product. When in place, I slack off on the Hoister so the main strain is placed onto the backup straps. To lower, I just tension the Hoister, remove the safety straps using a broom handle (to reach up to the ceiling), and lower onto the car. Total cost less then 10 bucks. Peace of mind - priceless.
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