The tarbuck knot is a non-jamming knot, great for when the rope will be bearing a heavy load, and shocked with sudden weight. Form the loop around the winch then make a serises of turns around the standing part in a clockwise direction. Bring the running end down to the base of the runs and make another clockwise turn finishing off with a figure eight through the exiting strand from the top turn. Watch this video knot-tying tutorial and learn how to tie a tarbuck knot.
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