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I don't think you are going to be able to get a knot tight enough to keep the roller from spinning.

Two come to mind, a clove hitch or a timber hitch. Go here http://www.mistral.co.uk/42brghtn/knots/42ktmenu.html to see how to tie them. They both have disadvantages mainly if the tension is removed from the rope.

I would recommend drilling a hole through the rod and threading the rope through the rod. Then use a bowline hitch and it definately will not rotate.


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Thanks for the link

I have drillrd a hole in the pipe but when I slide it through the bar the knot inside the roller makes it really akward when I roll it.

so there's not really a specific knot for this?

How is it tied when you purchase a W/R from a company?

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I cut the knot off the rope and then clamped the rope to the roller

using an automotive hose clamp. So far it has held up using up to 250

pounds with no slippage and it smooths out the rolling action since

there is no knot to roll over.

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