making my own drag sack

joed

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#1
I have decided to have a go at making a drag sack, I have found what I hope is a pretty durable material on eBay. Quick question, any advice on size of eyelets, I can't picture the size just by reading it and now don't really have the time to go and find the eyelets and punch so was going to order online.

I was thinking of using para cord to secure and drag the carcass, so diameter would be quite fine.

Any advice from someone who has done something similar would be great.
 

rodp

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#5
Weight,? denier? .................... Link to it? Need to know what material to recommend eyes ................ and tell you if it's going to be any good.
 
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rodp

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Bavarianbrit

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#12
!Quote! Hypalon coated onto polyester or nylon fabric with an interior coating of neoprene is a very reliable and durable inflatable boat fabric and can last for more than a decade even in the harshest environments - which is the reason for warranties of five and 10 years.
They use it for making the new snowshoes.
Martin
 

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