U.S. G.I. OD Polyamide Nylon Thread, 4 Pack


U.S. G.I. OD Polyamide Nylon Thread, 4 Pack

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If you have spent any time out in the field or camping with the family, you know equipment can and will fail while being deployed. Always be prepared with a simple yet functional fix when you may need it the most. This heavy-duty polyamide nylon thread is the answer. Great for canvas, tents, tarps, blankets, equipment, or any item you need a durable thread. Color: Olive Drab. Spool contains 750 m (meter). NSN# 8310-00-267-3027. Genuine US Military Surplus. MADE IN THE USA. Price includes four spools

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Could this thread be used with a 'Speedy Stitch' system? Basically sail thread thick?

I have not used the thread yet. I would imagine that it would work just fine with a speedy Stitch.

What size needle would I need to use this?

Any sewing needle with a large eye will work for hand sewing. On a machine you would use a needle for heavy duty sewing. I use this thread with a hand stitching awl to repair my kit and to strengthen critical points that are a bit too weak. For example, the SPEAR vest molle strap ends are sewn at the ends with one line of thread. If you force molle pouches into these end sections, the end of the strap will eventually break the single line of thread. The hand stitcher keeps all your gear in perfect order and prevents failures. This thread is as good as it gets and it is the right color. Hope this helps.

Anyone use this as a tripwire/trip line?

I used it once in a demonstration and forgot about it for a month ... then I got caught by my own trap , it doesn't rot easily , I used some like it on a flight gear bag 40 years ago and still use it for my chainsaw. Don't forget where you put your trap!

What size thread is this?

Thread is T-90 and mics to 0.009” diameter.

What is the breaking strength line.

I have never been able to break it. It is very strong threat.