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You could have used a string like a shoe lace or twine to tie it.

Well the clothes hanger makes it easier to push through because it doesnt bend like the shoe lace...
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post #12 of 13
Lol, I meant tie the lace to the hanger and cable, so you don't waste cable. Some people don't like that.
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Well the clothes hanger makes it easier to push through because it doesnt bend like the shoe lace...
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Lol, I meant tie the lace to the hanger and cable, so you don't waste cable. Some people don't like that.
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Well the clothes hanger makes it easier to push through because it doesnt bend like the shoe lace...
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