Originally Posted by angrysparrow
If it's a cuben tarp with a taped ridge seam, it's a good idea to use a full ridge line.
Mountain Laurel Designs makes a Hexagonal Hammock Tarp of cuben, and tapes the ridge seam. They come set up with a two piece ridgeline. I asked Ron Bell if he had seen any problems with the taped ridge seam (which Ron went to because it was stronger than sewing), because of the non-continuous ridgeline, and he replied that he had seen none. If he hasn't seen any problem with it, who has?
Why do you think that a taped ridge seam on a cuben tarp needs a continuous ridgeline?