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Author Topic: iNak Bridle Connection  (Read 1128 times)
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Kitemac
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« on: July 14, 2012, 11:02 AM »

I have an older iNak that chewed through 2 leading edge elbows on its maiden voyage (at least in my hands).  It was sitting in the sun for a bit and the kite is not new so some of the parts may have been weakened.  Wind was pretty low with the hand meter showing 3 mph.

The is the first kite I have that the bridle is connected to the leading edge elbows and not the carbon tube.  Is that the normal set up for this kite?  I have new pieces on order but do not want to repeat the damage if they should be connected to the tube.  If this is the normal set up I am thinking this could truely be an indoor only kite since the wind range is shown as 0-4 mph.

Thanks,

Tom
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