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    Adding drip lines/water break to webbing with becket hitch

    ++1 on the strap twist trick.

    Discovered that one accidentally during a downpour when my drip line wasn’t cutting it.
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    Tpatter Today, 14:27 Go to last post

    I need help!

    Setting the hammock up is one part. And those dimensions/angles don’t have to be exact. They are all “about” and “-ish”. The other part is your lie angle.

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    Is anyone else going to Trail Days?

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    Top quilt = done...finally

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    Adding drip lines/water break to webbing with becket hitch

    I agree with adding a shoe lace.
    It’s also a good idea it put some twists in the strap coming from the tree to the hammock. That will shed a lot

    TallPaul Today, 13:27 Go to last post

    Adding drip lines/water break to webbing with becket hitch

    I was hoping that was the case, but I had heard things to the contrary and didn't want to find out the hard way! "Be prepared" is the watchword

    DocTheo Today, 13:12 Go to last post

    Adding drip lines/water break to webbing with becket hitch

    Thank you! I'm sure I've got some cotton string around here somewhere. I knew it had to be something simple and elegant.

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