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    Quote Originally Posted by gmcttr View Post
    Another thought on this...having the deep section of the saddlebags in the middle may make them more apt to drag on the ground. I'm not sure if my butt or the pockets would be lower without setting up again.
    I agree, I think Brandon has thought of this in his design as its perfect the way it is in my opinion.
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    if i were to turn one it would be on the side where i didnt get out as much.seems maybe larger items might bug you in chair mode, or exiting.

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    Thank you all for your informative replies. That is why I love this forum, ideas are thrown out there an evaluated and discussed, and questions are answered.
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    one other thingy about the RR Saddle bags, on the top of it, you have the zipper for the bug net as well as about the knees, it moves from the top of the hammock to the saddle bags itself, and that would be a killer to change out.
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    Thanks Acer...
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    I liked the current saddle bag set-up first time out. Things just naturally seemed to work their way (through use) to where they fit best. Pants etc. (things I'll use in the morning) got pushed into the deeper part of the pocket and things that I used while laying in the hammock (headlamp etc.) stayed where I could easily reach them. Maybe I'm settling too quickly but I like them the way they are.

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