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PPG Line Holders

For Guiding the Lines to your Paraglider during Launch

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Paramotor Line Holders

PPG Line Holders

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These Line Holders will guide the lines to your paraglider to keep them from getting under the wheels and cage during your launch. They are particularly helpful during PPG Trike launching, as they will help inflate the wing.

Attach to your Cage Hoop by drilling one small hole one each side. Sold in pairs. Click image for larger view.

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