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reduced nylon strength when wet

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I have used Taulman Bridge even in very thin parts and have not find that problem. Bridge is not exaactly nylon, so perhaps it behaves a little different.

Nylon is used for fishing lines (they are 100% pure nylon) and these do no get weaker when wet. Any material that gets weaker when wet would be an awful material for fishing!


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