Hollow Core Rigging Station

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  1. pilot-werx

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    Does anyone happen to know if there is a manufacturer that sells a hollow core rigging station similar to what is shown in the below video?

    Thank you for the help

     
  2. gved823

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  3. Cubeye

    Cubeye I've posted enough I should edit this section

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  5. kayakbeast33

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    I use an upside down barstool lol:D

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  6. aguachico

    aguachico I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    There was a build your own thread using lag bolts, neoprene washers. I used it. Works great. Will find and post later
     
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    Forgot about Basil!
     
  8. aguachico

    aguachico I've posted enough I should edit this section

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  9. stephen campbell

    stephen campbell aka "Soup"

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    Well mine isn't exactly portable ahahah But as recommended by those in the know and proved by my testing I can apply anticipated strike drag + to the entire connection while serving. Jig is a 7' beast with provision to anchor loupe on a padded post at one end allowing the full insertion to be tensioned by the leader passing over a pulley and down to a hanging weight on the other end. Rube Goldberg clamp allows 50# + tension on leader with no damage. Can ya see it coming down in the R 1/3 of photo and around stationary rubber covered wheel clamped with a modified Jorgensen clamp.

    How strong is strong enough? Example, my recent kite leaders, 200# JB, 220# x hard mono hold 100# cycled many times with a bit of a bounce. Lower tests perform likewise.

    I also tie a bomb proof FG, thanks Fishy-
     
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