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PostPosted: Wed Jun 26, 2002 1:34 am 
We're just starting testing of a new type of line but one of the features will be safety marking of the lines. Often very dangerous situations are caused by simple switching front-to-back lines.

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Good idea! Even the color coded lines are easy to get reversed when you're all excited and maybe at a new spot with a new kite or many combinations of distractions in your head. So labeling the lines is one more step towards insuring better safety. Thanks for the lead. I think this type of labeling would be good as the industry standard.

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very good idea indeed!
this should help to connect your lines the way it should be.


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