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Old 04-16-2017   #1
 
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Where to buy 1" Tubular PolyPro Webbing...

Folks, looking to change my chicken line to tubular webbing. I can find nylon webbing pretty much anywhere --- where do I find polypro? not looking for anything exotic, just red and blue.

Will get nylon if no other option but seems for rafting application, polypro has distinct advantages.

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Pretty sure Andy & Bax has it in bulk. Just right of the stairs before you go downstairs.
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I have had excellent experiences with www.Strapworks.com for several years. my only affiliation is as a satsified customer.

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Two thumbs up for strapworks.com
I got custom print straps for my entire raft from them, plus a custom print tubular webbing for the perimeter line. Lots of choices in size, material, colors & prints.
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I tried tubular webbing as a perimeter line, and I didn't like it. I'd get it nice and taught when it was dry, and I knotted it at every D-ring. It would get wet, and it grew so much that it would have a 6 inch droop in the long stretch down the side. I'd go to strap works and custom order a couple loop straps in your choice of width, color, buckle, and material. I ordered a super deluxe raft kit from them 3 seasons ago and I have been very happy with the product.
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I tried tubular webbing as a perimeter line, and I didn't like it. I'd get it nice and taught when it was dry, and I knotted it at every D-ring. It would get wet, and it grew so much that it would have a 6 inch droop in the long stretch down the side.
You can always get it wet before install, inflate your boat about 2/3-3/4 full put the line on tight and then finish inflating, it'll be tight.
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www.knotandrope.com

I've found them to have great customer service.

edit: looks like their webbing is nylon
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I tried tubular webbing as a perimeter line, and I didn't like it. I'd get it nice and taught when it was dry, and I knotted it at every D-ring. It would get wet, and it grew so much that it would have a 6 inch droop in the long stretch down the side. I'd go to strap works and custom order a couple loop straps in your choice of width, color, buckle, and material. I ordered a super deluxe raft kit from them 3 seasons ago and I have been very happy with the product.
I didn't get a kit per say, but I did get the loop straps to use with mine so I can tighten the line easily. My perimeter webbing is flat polyester, not nylon. Use poly or poly-pro only, never nylon. Nylon stretches when wet.
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