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Old 07 June 2012, 23:00   #1
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making your own d-rings and handles

Does anyone have any experience with making their own d-rings or handles. I have a large roll of hypalon and can buy d-rings fairly cheap so I would like to make my own. Any advice on how to layer and build them so they last? I'm wanting to add a couple d-rings on the port side to attach fenders when needed and a few along the inside to give me option for securing gear. It pains me to pay $15-$30 a piece for the things when I have the glue and fabric. Also what glue do you prefer shore or Clifton?

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Old 08 June 2012, 01:23   #2
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You will need a heavy duty/industrial sewing machine
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