Thanks for pointing out that one. Never crossed my mind that I could have messed that one up. Turns out when I compare the suspension sides of the hammock I am off by 4.5 inches. Wow, wouldn't have guessed that one.
I guess the good news is this was my first bridge hammock I built a few weeks back that I was trying to "fix the suspension on" for my younger son to use. The one I built this weekend for my other son is only off by about 1/2 an inch.
Do you think I can get away with making the suspension triangle lob-sided to compensate without making the spreader bar subject to undue stresses?