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Stop A Honda From Turning

Some people want their honda to turn freely on their rope. However, if want your honda to stay in place but it keeps turning when you don't want it to, try this: Slide the honda down the rope out of the way, add some tape (electrical tape works well) to the end of the rope just before the stopper knot where the honda goes, then slide the honda back into place. The tape will increase the diameter of the rope and help the honda fit more snugly and prevent it from turning.

Of course, this doesn't apply to tied-on hondas, but only to ones that are purchased or made separately then put on the rope.

Below: Electrical tape wrapped around a rope to make the diameter a little bigger. The honda has been slid down the rope out of the way and can't be seen in the photo.

Tape at the end of a rope


 

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