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  1. #11
    Acer's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by jokerr View Post
    I think I was just looking for a reason to not buy Dutch clips. I know I don't need them but I want to have them anyway.

    I use Stingers and Flyz with my tarp and they work perfect. Small and light

    On my hammock I use a heavier and stronger setup just to feel secure.
    One inch or two inch tree straps with a climbing rated biner then webbing to my RR. Simple and easy and my hammock straps never get dirt or sap.

    I really don't think much about my hang angle, I'm over six feet so I put tree straps head high, adjust hammock for good sitting position and that makes the angle probably around 30 degrees.

    I am going to buy the Dutch clips just to have. Maybe I will use them, maybe I will just play with them.


    You have been hooked, line, and sinkered,,because when you buy just one thing off Dutch, your hooked into having more, and more,,and more,,Dutch Bling! No way either of beating the habit!!!
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    Senior Member ninjahamockman's Avatar
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    dutch clips are nice just for speed I have ENO SN I use his whoopie hook with a chain link (works really well) But to save weight and money I dont use a dutch clip because I can just run my suspension right the through the loop of the webbing.
    Bacon and Camping makes me happy.

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  3. #13
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    Quote Originally Posted by ibgary View Post
    No guts no glory.
    I figure, when I was climbing I was taking falls of 10-40' and always went home. If I can't survive a two ft fall I deserve to die. Well deserve to die regardless.
    that's plain funny!

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    Senior Member ibgary's Avatar
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    Dangerbird, (custom) thanks Papa
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    You should have seen me climbing, that was really funny.
    Well tomorrow I'm off on a one night trip to Wy. 11,000 ft with a 40* UQ. Wish me luck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dutch View Post
    The 30 degree angle is a good guideline and as Brute said at 20 degrees you are increasing he forces on your suspension. So if you wiegh close to the weigh limit and you hang at a 20 degree angle the clip could fail. However that is the loaded angle and it is pretty tough to have a loaded hammock with less than a 30 degree angle unless you are starting with it tight from tree to tree and the trees are prettt close together.
    I forgot the above fact. I have hung my hammock very close to the trees I am using for support. Thank you for the reminder. If I can rig up between two trees I do it, sometimes I just have a few inches between my hammock and the tree to work with. We have lots of trees, they just are not always spaced the right distance, closer works better than too far apart. I am short and sometimes I can not get the hammock hung high enough to get the position correct, so I use trees close together. I had better start thinking about what I am doing, since I am not a 90 pound carpenter's dream!

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