Better whipping/suspension methods for the GT UL?
I bought a GT UL a couple weeks ago and took it for a test drive, and I was really disappointed with the lay. It had a severe ridge in the center, and was doing a pretty good burrito impression.
I don't have a lot of experience with a gathered end, but I bashed together a gathered end this spring in about 15 minutes out of just a single layer of polyester and some rope, and got a far better lay.
I'm assuming, considering they are pretty simple creatures, and they have such a big following, that I dorked something up when I hung it. I've heard rumblings of folks whipping the ends in a different manner. Anybody able to offer some insight here?
If I can't get it to lay better, it's about to be the body of my new bridge.