How to tie the Adjustable Grip Hitch
Adjustable Grip Hitch – Setting up a ridge-line for a Tarpaulin or Awning is really easy when using the Adjustable Grip Hitch. As this knot is fully adjustable and locks in position when tensioned! Easy to tie and undo. the adjustable grip hitch is a type of knot that can be used to tie a rope to an object or another rope. It is also known as the adjustable grip loop or the adjustable loop hitch.
Other alternative knots to consider are, the Farrimond Friction Hitch and also the Midshipman’s Hitch also known as the Taut line Hitch. Perhaps try out each of them, to see which one suites your need best.
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How to Tie the Adjustable Grip Hitch
To tie an adjustable grip hitch, you start by making a loop in the rope and passing the working end of the rope through the loop twice. Then, you pass the working end over the standing part of the rope and back through the loop. Finally, you pull on the working end to tighten the knot, and adjust the size of the loop as needed.
Some Uses for the Adjustable Grip Hitch
The adjustable grip hitch is commonly used in boating and camping, but can also be used in other applications where a secure and adjustable knot is needed. It is important to note that like any knot, the adjustable grip hitch should be tied correctly and checked regularly to ensure that it is secure and safe to use.