Tough-1 Swivel No Knot picket Line Tie

$9.09
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Tough-1 Swivel No Knot picket Line Tie

$9.09

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Save your picket rope from knotting with the easy-to-use Swivel No-Knot!

Made of heavy metal. Eliminates complicated knots and replaces dutchman knots. Ring swivels to keep your rope from getting tangled up, just loosen the line to put it in.

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TERRI R on Nov 21, 2015
Good quality high line hook. Easy to tie in and remove. Like the swivel.
George H on Jan 30, 2015
I have used the non-swivel high line tie before and the swivel type as well and I prefer the swivel which helps prevent binding and twisting.
Steve T on Sep 14, 2015
Works great on the trail so had to get Christmas presents for my friends.
Kay P on Dec 6, 2014
What is the diameter of the ring?
A shopper on Feb 11, 2016
Best Answer: I do not have it handy to measure but we use large thick lead lines and never have problems with it being too small. They really work great, gives your horses more freedom with movement. They can turn circles and lead line does not shorten or tangle secondary to being twisted.
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