I was fooling around today and thoiught I'd try the Garlington UQ system with my Wiggys poncho liner. I put it all together and it worked pretty well. Easy on and off but kind of a PITA to hold the cord as I got in, pull it tight and fasten to ridge. Then reverse process to get out. It went well but I thought I'd try the Wiggys inside the SSUC and I think I found my system.
I slid the Wiggys under the OC pad and SB. I attached about a foot of cord to the corners of the poncho liner at the head a foot. Put a prussics on the main line (on the tree side of the stock prussic/hook that the OC pad and UC are attached to) at either end of the hammock. Fed the cord through the UC and OC and attached it with a beener to the prussics.
Then I attached some soft links with beeners at two points on one side of the Wiggys. Pulled the soft links (cord) over the ridge and attached them to the opposite tie offs on the other side of the liner. I made these soft links out of cord with barrell knots so they are somewhat adjustable. This keeps the poncho liner spread out under the hammock.
And that's about it. It's a little tighter getting in but certainly doable. I slacked the tension on the OC pad and UC so they wouldn't compress the Wiggys. There seems to be plenty of room in there; in fact there seems to be a little air space between the liner and the pad. Tough to tell whem I'm in it.
I hope this will get me into the teens and lower with cloths, etc. Let it Rip. What am I missing? Any thoughts would be appreciated.
I can't figure out how to post more than 1 pic at a time so more to follow.