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    If your basting stitch is 1/4" the next seam...

    If your basting stitch is 1/4" the next seam allowance just needs to be wide enough to keep the raw edge from poking out on the underside (which is really not that big a deal anyway), so if your...
  2. So we've been using those clips that way for...

    So we've been using those clips that way for years, Don't think anyone has ever complained about them catching on anything...but we are currently in the process of switching over to the little...
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    Couple weeks probably

    Couple weeks probably
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    The Diamondback is cut with a compound taper,...

    The Diamondback is cut with a compound taper, which means that unlike every other quilt the head end of the Diamondback is not the widest part. The widest part is the peak of the curve which is in...
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    Both fabrics are un-even weaves, meaning there...

    Both fabrics are un-even weaves, meaning there are more yarns in one direction than the other, the 30d is heavier in the fill direction, the DT heavier in the warp. The fill strength for each is...
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    If you didn’t get a reply email us again in case...

    If you didn’t get a reply email us again in case we didn’t get it, we don’t normally have unopened emails that [email protected]
  7. A plain Becket will definately slip fairly low....

    A plain Becket will definately slip fairly low. With one little extra step you can tie a modified Becket like we show here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=3&v=XA8xdm8LIs8 and that should...
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    There have been no reports of them damaging...

    There have been no reports of them damaging fabric. I think the tips are all just large and round enough that you shouldn't have to worry about that even though they do look small
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    We have had no complaints about any damage to...

    We have had no complaints about any damage to fabric or anything, if yo look close the tips are either flattened off or rounded
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    Yes, this is on the list of things to update (the...

    Yes, this is on the list of things to update (the seam seal video) The 13' model tarps have rings a few feet in from the ends to attach your RR net cord to, and all tarps with center pole mod have...
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    Amsteel can get stiff like that after being...

    Amsteel can get stiff like that after being loaded many times the same way. Particularly on a cont loop or the loop on the end of a dogbone. You can typically loosen it back up by manipulating it by...
  12. Perhaps, I didn’t check everybodys specs, I just...

    Perhaps, I didn’t check everybodys specs, I just wanted to make sure somebody on the ground with feet somewhat pointed wouldn’t be pressing tight against the end of the footbox
  13. If you check out our quilt spec chart pdf (down...

    If you check out our quilt spec chart pdf (down the Diamondback page a ways) it gives the max user height for short, reg, long...but basically short is up to 5'6", reg is up to 6'0",and long is up to...
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    Bartlax4, For the record, I never claimed or...

    Bartlax4,

    For the record, I never claimed or implied anywhere that we were the first to come up with the idea of putting elastic shockcord on the long sides of a quilt or that it was even our...
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    I want to say 13' is good between the apex...

    I want to say 13' is good between the apex buckles but I could be wrong. There is a good but of leeway though
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    Oops, I see your width comparison was made...

    Oops, I see your width comparison was made between the Chameleon and Mantis (not the Warbonnet). Reading too fast
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    You're forgetting about the XLC zipper strip...

    You're forgetting about the XLC zipper strip though, the fabric difference is what it is, but then the XLC also has a 7" wide strip of fabric on the "other" side of the zipper that the Chameleon does...
  18. If you feel you are laying on an incline, tilt...

    If you feel you are laying on an incline, tilt the hammock backwards some (by either raising the foot or lowering the head by sliding one strap up or down the trunk). It is an end gathered hammock so...
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    It is available on both versions

    It is available on both versions
  20. Your diagonal looks good to me, you might try...

    Your diagonal looks good to me, you might try lowering your head end slightly in relation to the foot end though.
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    I would point out that regardless of the weight...

    I would point out that regardless of the weight of the buckle hardware, heavier/bulkier webbing is needed to to use those buckles. By switching to a simple hitch you save the weight of the hardware...
  22. The coating makes them more resistant to tangling

    The coating makes them more resistant to tangling
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    Yes, this is just shockcord on the sides...as an...

    Yes, this is just shockcord on the sides...as an optional add-on
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    A CL of shockcord is going to create alot less...

    A CL of shockcord is going to create alot less force than a thick EPDM rubberband, It will not create enough force unless it is bottomed out and if you're going to bottom out the shockcord why use...
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    It does if you use the backup shown in our becket...

    It does if you use the backup shown in our becket video
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    Head end should be "slightly" lower than the foot...

    Head end should be "slightly" lower than the foot end when you're laying in it...you shouldn't feel like you are sliding away from the neck bump towards the foot end, if so adjust one end or the...
  27. +1 for the Beckett hitch

    +1 for the Beckett hitch
  28. Our double ended stuffsacs are that way now...

    Our double ended stuffsacs are that way now (black cord one side red the other)
  29. It shouldn't slip period but if it does it just...

    It shouldn't slip period but if it does it just lowers you down to the ground slowly. There are a small number of people who have gotten a bad set and had them slip at normal loads, I have...
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    Fabric texture plays a role in calf ridge too,...

    Fabric texture plays a role in calf ridge too, you will spread it out by pushing with your legs/heels, and the texture of the fabric effects how likely it is to slip back or stay put that way...
  31. 3/32" and 7/64" bits will both work, the braided...

    3/32" and 7/64" bits will both work, the braided polyester cord we use is similar in size to our guyline or to zing-it. Length is whatever is comfortable, ours is probably around 6" raw length.
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  32. Yeah, pretty sure it is 8 strand 400 lb test

    Yeah, pretty sure it is 8 strand 400 lb test
  33. Introducing the new and improved Warbonnet webbing buckles

    Just added a little update to these, they're alot easier to release now

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lBvgGC6v8nE&lc=z223wvcbhwmvcju1wacdp435ad4lyf0mqblqylv1fzpw03c010c&feature=em-comments
  34. Yeah, I think people will dig it, it's a pretty...

    Yeah, I think people will dig it, it's a pretty big improvement really and also a really easy DIY mod for any pre-existing set.
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    Ok, so we will do all 3 options...add on at time...

    Ok, so we will do all 3 options...add on at time of order, mail in for modification, and the adapter strip
  36. We've just updated our webbing/buckle suspension...

    We've just updated our webbing/buckle suspension actually, they now come with a hole in the tip of the one triangle, with a small loop of cord attached, now you just pull on the red cord to release...
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    Honestly I am not sure what is the most common...

    Honestly I am not sure what is the most common bar length and diameter for a side by side hang. You could certainly shorten the Head end RR pole with a $5 pipe cutter, but the smaller dia foot end...
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    Well i figuted people could send old ones in for...

    Well i figuted people could send old ones in for the mod, i suppose it would be cheaper for for international customers to pay shipping only one way though
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    So this makes more sense actually, we will be...

    So this makes more sense actually, we will be dropping the adapter and offering the "extra zipper mod" when ordering the UQP...or you could send an old UQP in to have an extra zipper set sewn onto...
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    Yes actually, that is a great idea, should be a...

    Yes actually, that is a great idea, should be a little less than 1/3 the weight, so around 2.5 oz maybe. Email me and I'll make you one.
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    I was saying 99% of the time, having the doors...

    I was saying 99% of the time, having the doors more conveniently pitched so they are just clipped together very simply like say the Thunderfly doors with just a single line...which leaves a 1" gap...
  42. Gotcha...weight isn’t a concern. I guess i...

    Gotcha...weight isn’t a concern. I guess i assumed it was only because you are talking about an ultralight dcf tarp. I was really just commenting on those zippers for anybody who maybe has never seem...
  43. The 2 seperating zippers will probably be heavier...

    The 2 seperating zippers will probably be heavier than the tarp, those things are heavy.
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    I think just clipping the doors together with a...

    I think just clipping the doors together with a micro biner and single guyline to a single stake (leaving a 1" gap between the doors) would be good for 99% of the time, if moisture is ever blowing...
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    I think it will work if you use the backup shown...

    I think it will work if you use the backup shown in our Becket video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=8&v=XA8xdm8LIs8
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    Food grade Diamataceous earth will kill them in a...

    Food grade Diamataceous earth will kill them in a day or so if you put it directly on them... and itís totally non toxic to mammals. Its a good safe way to destroy the nest. Theyll also stay away...
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    Yes, exact same fabric options and same...

    Yes, exact same fabric options and same shape/dimension
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    Yep, the EL and XLC tops are interchangeable, and...

    Yep, the EL and XLC tops are interchangeable, and the UQP zips to both of them as well
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    We're selling these adapters for 30$, just email...

    We're selling these adapters for 30$, just email us they aren't on the site yet
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    Like somebody else just mentioned, removing the...

    Like somebody else just mentioned, removing the ring at the base just means that the clip isn't permanently attached to anything like it would be otherwise. So now it can be fully removed, easily...
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