Originally Posted by FLRider
It works very well, and has been done before in a manner that allows one to adjust the UQ without leaving the hammock. (Note that this assumes a netless hammock.)
The original design work (as far as I know) was done by Scum. His thread is located here
Hope it helps!
Yes, that does help, thanks!
Those look easy and cool, but won't help my knot skills
Originally Posted by ExPXGUY
You might try a 1-foot or so length of cord (I use 550 paracord) with loops at each end. One loop goes to the suspension connection point, runs down the ridgeline, the other end clips to the UQ shock-cord. You can vary the length to get the best fit.
If you have several hammocks of varying lengths, you can use different length cords to compensate, the same UQ suspension is used for all.
Interesting, but how does the looped end that runs down the ridgeline stay attached to the ridgeline?