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How to get the rubber line stopper on?

How do you get the rubber line stopper on? I have the synthetic line so i can't take off the thimble.
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It's tough! I used some dish soap and pulled it through with another piece of rope tied to the eyelet and threaded through the rubber stopper 1st.

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I would take the line off of the winch drum, feed the stopped on, and reattach the winch line to the drum..

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I would take the line off of the winch drum, feed the stopped on, and reattach the winch line to the drum..

x2....take the line off the spool and it threads through easy, easy, THEN you can assure your line is also wound on properly>>>>

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Haha, I was just cussin' at mine when I thought, why not pull the line off? Still can't believe it took 10 minutes gruntin' for me to figure that out.

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I sure am glad my buddy put his on first and told me the secret of running the line through first.

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I thought the same thing. unwind it completely off. Thread it and place back on the spool.

tada. done.
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I had the same problem on the Max 3000 I purchased. I had to unspool all the line and disconnect the rope. Easy thread of the rubber piece, reconnected the rope to the spool and rolled it up under a load. Hope that helps.
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they should install it at the factory IMO

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they should install it at the factory IMO
I would say that is a no brainer

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