Great video! Like you said, looks like you have abundant room for the spreader bars even without the pull outs. I have also noticed on the intro WBRR thread that people seem to have plenty of tarp room.
What sized tarps are these? I use an 11X10 rectangular JRB tarp with my JRB bridges. I never have this much room ( without pull outs ) in any kind of storm pitch, I have to have a high and wide A frame type pitch. Closing the ends ( with no pull outs) results in a lot of bar contact, especially if the wind is hitting the tarp broadside. Or closing the ends with that wide of a pitch is impossible anyway. And the BMBH spreader bars are only 32"!
So I have been amazed to see so much room for the bars, which is why I'm asking about the size of the tarps. Of course, the other factor is how high and wide the tarps are pitched. That should not be a problem as far as the ends go if you can still mostly close the ends. But sometimes rain/wind hitting broadside calls for the tarp to be pitched low enough for the sides to be close to the ground, or wind and even rain can steal a lot of heat and/or wet your UQ. Once I had my JRB bridge pitched under the JRB tarp. There was no storm pitch, just a moderately wide "A" pitch. And I was not in the hammock, so it was not as low/close to the ground as it might have been. A big storm came through, and when I checked shortly after my UQ was pretty wet on one end, maybe 1/4-1/3 of one end was wet. I had the feeling it was partly from splash up, partly from rain blown in on one end.
Any way, enjoyed the video and the young camera man whose arms were getting tired!
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