Is there a good way to uncoil CATV (or other) hardline in a manner that will
produce a relatively straight, un-kinked and bump-free line? I can imagine
"simply" uncoiling it slowly along the ground if the coil size/weight is
manageable. I have several coils that meet these criteria. I'd also imagine
that there'd be some residual "curl" left in the cable.
However, I have one large, heavy coil that is ~500 feet of jacketed 3/4" that
is NOT on a spool (spool disintegrated). I think this would prove to be way
too big to roll along the ground.
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