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  1. #21
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    https://m.ebay.com/itm/100-LOT-SPLIT...cAAOSwDwtUmgZ0

    Ebay had several other sizes,and quanities.
    First mate for Eyehunter Charters

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    Quote Originally Posted by branhamautomotive View Post
    https://m.ebay.com/itm/100-LOT-SPLIT...cAAOSwDwtUmgZ0

    Ebay had several other sizes,and quanities.
    I found some that were 1.4" on Amazon for $14.99 per 100. I tried a 1.25" ring that I had here and it would allow the clip to close but it put a little more pressure on the clip than I'd like. I appreciate everyone's advice on this, I have been looking for a better option than the shower curtain rings for a couple of years due to losing clips, I think this is the solution.

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    Just make sure you're getting good quality STAINLESS STEEL rings..... they are not cheap. If you are having trouble finding the right ones, give me a call - I'm going to be ordering another couple thousand pretty soon.....
    Capt. Eric Litton
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  4. #24
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    What kind and Where do you purchase those clips? I can't find the one you use. Also do you attach your clips directly to the line or do you use a rubber band?

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