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Adjusting the Nunchaku
Traditional Octagon Nunchaku



So I got a pair of these for Christmas, and they seem well made and sturdy. My problem is that I need to adjust them so there is a shorter length of rope between the two sides. I assume that first you use a knife or screwdriver to pry out the sealing putty, then push the knot out, untie it, retie at the correct length, then reseal with maybe silicone caulk. Am I assuming correctly, or will this trash my nunchaku? Thanks in advance!  
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