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    30 degree question

    I have been pretty good at "setting up" a 30 degree hang. When I get inside 230lbs in all (maybe more) the 30 degree angle resembles a higher angle like say 45 degrees. Should a hammocker try to achieve the 30 degree mark when loaded or un-loaded?
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