First, what size of AB is is? If 11.8 go with bridles, the 8,4 don't
You have two long lines, the first one is folded and sewed so you
have 3 ends, two with sewed loops and the other have some
knots at the end. This is the "reactive" bridle. The first loop (one
line) goes to the Leading Edge pigtail (front), then grab the
knotted end and pass it thru the back pulley.
If you want backwards relaunching capabilities you have to use
the second long line. The third strut have a webbing loop at its
end. Pass the line thru the webbing and make a loop knot. At the
other end you have other loop, this one goes to long (rear) bridle
line in between the knots.
The best is ask a wipi rider to give you some help at the beach.
(I don't understand my explanation myself)
--- In kitesurf@y..., "kitethis" <pressyb@e...> wrote:
> Does anyone know how to re-attach the briddle, for each side
> there are three lines, one short, and two long, with one of the
> long pieces having a bunch of knots for different settings.
> know what attaches where. thanks Prescott, trying to help out
> my friend with new kite