[quote author=“mk”]Otherwise i’d say your best option is to get a 9m/12m One - sounds like its a great kite and would be very good to learn on and much better suited to your needs including the obvious safety advantages.
Actually though, you can 5th line an old Bronco pretty easily.
You will need:
- Q Power Line x roughly 7 or 8 feet
- 2” (wide) climbing webbing x roughly 2 feet
- Pump your Bronco up and lie it LE tube down on the grass.
- The T2 (main) strut meets the LE Tube and on this older style kite there is actually a gap between the T2 Strut and the canopy material right up close to the LE Tube.
- Wrap the climbing webbing around the strut and tie it off using an overhand knot (be sure the webbing is flat, ie not twisted, you are using this webbing to spread the load)
- Form a small loop on one end of the Q power line and tie an overhand knot to sinch it in place. Feed the Q power line through the climbing webbing loop and double the line back through the loop to attach the line to the webbing.
- Run the q power line straight back away from the LE tube towards where your bar would be.
- Terminate the end of the Q power line with another overhand knot to make a loop similar to the oposite end.
- Make sure this Q powerline terminates in line with your Front Pigtails on each side of the kite. (That is, draw a line from front pig tail to front pig tail and make sure the Q power line ends where this line crosses)
Attach your 5th line off on this Q power line!
John Z :evil: