No, I had no water from the suspension lines as I had biners and drip lines to act as breaks. The problem was from my tarp ridgeline that ran under the tarp. Even though I had a drip line on it, the line itself got soaked and dripped on the hammock. I was using paracord as the ridgeline.
In my initial set-up I had a slight angle on the tarp ridgeline. After I made the ridgline completely level, then the water didn't run downhill which caused the dripping under the tarp and on to my hammock ends.
Next time I will try with the ridgeline above the tarp, however I like the extra support with it underneath. I have a one piece ridgeline ordered from Opie. Maybe the difference in line material will help make a difference as well.
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