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Old 10 January 2013, 13:26   #21
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I am tempted to use these on the rear and the nose - Google Image Result for http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/31zisuCorsL._SL500_AA300_.jpg
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nothing to stop them coming undone unless lock nuts were added.
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I use one with a hook end through the bow eye and ring end down to a hook on the winch post. it has never loosened in over 12 years of use. I do tie down the painter as well to eliminate a single point of failure risk.

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Old 10 January 2013, 15:31   #24
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I've just got a galvinised turnbuckle to put on the front of mine fix a bolt through the ring to the winch post and use the hook on the bow ring belevie it works well
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Old 10 January 2013, 17:51   #25
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Potholes aren't nautical! (well, apart form the ones big enough to fill with rain & go ribbing on..... )
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Trailers flex as they are loaded and as they move on the road. Straps stretch which allows for the flex of your trailer.
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