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#1 of 3 Old 02-18-2014, 08:33 AM - Thread Starter
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I am wondering if anyone has experience using these rings. Mostly I am wondering if the colored ones peel off the color at all. I want to order some and thought color would be fun, but not if it ends up peeling. Have you liked the rings? The last time I made slings I picked up stainless steel rings from a place that sold supplies for horse bridles. They have worked great! I thought this time I would try something new. Any help or other ideas for rings is appreciated.
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I ordered some rings from them a while back (7 years?), and was quite happy with them.  None of the rings I used peeled; they had moderate use, so I can't say that they would never peel, but I think it would take a lot of wear and tear to make it happen.  The rings were much lighter and much smoother (no visible weld) than any of the other rings I've seen, so as long as they are still that same quality, I would recommend them.  I really liked the colours too.

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Thank you so much. Good to hear!
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