Originally Posted by iRokk
So has anyone taken the OP's design and turned into an SLS with adjustable RL? Theoretically, couldn't you use a little more rope than he says, cut it somewhere above the hammock, bury one side through the other and have an adjusting tail like you would to make a whoopie sling? Then you'd have your SLS system and still be able to adjust your sag without having to untie the clovehitch! Maybe something to toy around with in the future, but for now I'll stick to separate whoopie slings.
I use a single line suspension with adjustable ridgeline on my hammocks. It is somewhat similar to the OP's setup, except I don't use the clovehitch. I just run the line from my hammock, up to a tree hugger, back down to my hammock, across, through the ring on the other side of the hammock, to the other treehugger, then back to the hammock to tie off. With this set up, I can re-center the hammock (by sliding back and forth), and adjust overall tension/sag, by adjusting just the one line. It does require about 30' of line for this set up.