Originally Posted by bear bag hanger
I use a JRB Greylock (I think it's a 3) with my Clark Tropical hammock. The corner tabs on the JRB quilts line up nicely with the Clark's tabs on their hammocks. Four mini-biners connect them nicely without too much weight.
I've also used the four tabs on one Clark or another with one quilt or another. Because there is such a substantial seam to which to attach a new pair (or quartet) of tabs with no danger whatsoever to the integrity of the hammock from that stitching, I would encourage you to think of adding a pair in the seam of hammock bed and foot-end hood. Then, there's no dependence on the coincidence of tab span and UQ length.
That's no criticism of the JRB Greylock. It's a suggestion from someone with too many hammocks and too many quilts!! Ten minutes per hammock with a needle, thread, and a short strap, gros grain, folded-over fabric strip, or shock-cord and cord-lock, and you're ready for any UQ.