Thanks, I found it now, halfway down this pageSENDIT! wrote:It's called a Cabrinha Line Manager, Peter. It's used to keep your lines untangled when you disconnect them prior to wrapping them up. Comes with every Cabrinha kite.
Hi PeterPeter_Frank wrote:Thanks, I found it now, halfway down this pageSENDIT! wrote:It's called a Cabrinha Line Manager, Peter. It's used to keep your lines untangled when you disconnect them prior to wrapping them up. Comes with every Cabrinha kite.
A physical "line end holder"
Earlier, I remembered it as a clever way of hooking the line ends up on each other, like this: viewtopic.php?t=2381114&p=800820
As I stated above I used that method after I lost my line manager. I felt as though the lines could easily invert on themselves,it works but not as nice as the manger does.OzBungy wrote:There's a much easier and more convenient way of doing it. Just lark's head the ends of the lines together.
You can be extra careful and keep the lines straight, but I don't bother. I just drop the ends on the ground, wind out the lines, walk back the ends, un-lark's head them and connect them to the kite.
This is the connect straight to the kite method, but I a) can't be bothered being careful, and b) would prefer to check the lines and knots rather than relying on a tricky system.
Here's the Cabrinha video.
Yep I get it, and have done this since I lost my line manager, I just prefer the line manager .experienced1 wrote:when you disconnect your lines from th kite, just tie the red outside line to the "red" front line and then the gray outside line to the "gray" front line
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