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Both on the same rod? Never heard of that. Don't see why it would be necessary.
 

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Thats what I was thinking too. or they didn't have one the next size up and put it on
 

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Yes; that's what I was trying to do use the inlines that I have & add snap weights to make up the difference.
 

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I have snapped two inlines together before. The biggest I carry is 4oz, so if I need 6oz., I just snap a 4 to a 2 and I have a 6. It's not rocket science, keep it simple.
 

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I would think having the two weights seperated might be a snag waiting to happen. Every turn, or change in speed would most likely get you close to the bottom with the back weight, depending on how deep you are running.

If you were to use two of the same together, it should work fine, maybe hook the two inlines together like fishinguy said, or hook 2 inlines together with a split ring.
 
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