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[[Image:Versatackle Knot.jpg|thumb|right|300px|Versatackle tied in Nylon rope]]
 
[[Image:Versatackle Knot.jpg|thumb|right|300px|Versatackle tied in Nylon rope]]
 
A '''versatackle''' is a way of simulating a [[block and tackle]] without actual pulleys or deadeyes. It consists of two loops with the rope passed back and forth between them.
 
A '''versatackle''' is a way of simulating a [[block and tackle]] without actual pulleys or deadeyes. It consists of two loops with the rope passed back and forth between them.

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Versatackle tied in Nylon rope

A versatackle is a way of simulating a block and tackle without actual pulleys or deadeyes. It consists of two loops with the rope passed back and forth between them.

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