APDC tie off?

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  1. TheShaun

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    can someone tell me what the tie offs are supposed to be on the APDC? I think I used the wrong ones....:oops:
     
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    I used 6T for the mains and 10T for end crosses, 7H for the beginning of the crosses.
     
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    that's exactly what i used. it seemed strange using 10T for the cross tie off.
     
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    I don't know, when I string APDCs, I use 10T as the tie off for the crosses. It seems awkward and really you can use any hole, but I just found it close in a relative position.
     
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    According to the USRSA,

    6t for the mains and 7h for a one piece.

    If you do a hybrid, then is 6t for the mains and 7h, 10T for the crosses.
     
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  6. Zach

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    I've always used 6T for main tieoffs and 10T for cross tieoffs, if I'm stringing two piece, that is.
     
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