Looking for some written directions on how to splice up a double-headed x-ring sling with a eye splice on one end using Tenex rope?
Written as in manufacturer tried & true.... for a double headed? Sorry bruv.. dont think your gonna find that.. don't sweat it though, the double becomes pretty self explainatory if you stare at one long enough.. essentially you start in the middle of the cordage with two equal bites around the rings... But technically speaking, there's a few different ways to create one depending on what your trying to mimic.Looking for some written directions on how to splice up a double-headed x-ring sling with a eye splice on one end using Tenex rope?
Just so you're aware,Cool, thanks!
This is another way to achieve what u want...Cool, thanks!
The way the green one is created is still one peice of cordage.. i don't usually come across any that use two.. maybe once or twice but only because the person splicing felt it was easier to achieve the end product that way.Yes, the picture that you posted with the rope eye on one end and the double xrings on the other is what I am looking to do.
Wasn't sure if its made from 1 or 2 pieces of rope?
Hey Mr. Jones..Ive made a number of ultra slings in this configuration and I feel like you get the most bang for your buck splicing it this way. The entire length of rope can be used as opposed to a traditional ultra sling where the tails need to be spliced together to create a termination which could end up using another 24-36 inches of rope in total depending on the line you use.