Originally Posted by swoosh
so i thought of something while trying out different tying configurations for the line to rings. people showed concern of different forces pulling the rings in different directions. well i used the anchor hitch as described on page 12, but, seeing as how i have a claytor hammock, i used to rope ends coming from the hammock instead of 1. so i tied on 2 seperate anchor hitches, each going a different way around the rings, coming from each side of the hammock channel. these equal pulls should put equal force on the set of rings and keep them together.
I'm going through the same thing myself, i've got a Claytor, the rings (thank you MRPrez
), webbing, and some fairly nice dyneema cord, I was thinking of replacing the stock webbing with the dyneema to the rings but can anyone enlighten me on the BEST way to do this as regards to the Claytor having a channel, should I double it up (the cord)? use a prussik, anchor? I cant read the entire post again
and it seems like most people have a whipped end to work with.
Any help would be great thanks.