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    Just got a new suerfly from WB

    I just received my WBBB and superfly in the mail yesterday. I went down to REI and purchased some 3mm niteline rope and shock cord to make my tie outs. How long do you make your tie outs? I also noticed my 3mm line is to big for my dutchware stingerz.....Can I still use the 3mm line for the tie outs to the stakes or should I go smaller?
    Last edited by KonaBoy; 02-24-2015 at 14:01.

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    3mm line wioll work fine, tough it's prolly more than you need and might get tangled when yu stow it. Check out the WB site for some cook videos about rigging, setting up, etc.: http://www.warbonnetoutdoors.com/videos/ I don' tcarry as much line as he recommends, but to each his own.

    great set-up... have fun!
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    Was also trying to find out guy line length in another thread. Im running 6' now on my mamajamba and HG cuben fiber. I am in the middle of switching over to the thinner lighter reflective line. I agree with scubahhh; little heavy for what u need. let us know how you like that tarp.

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    Senior Member 12trysomething's Avatar
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    Terrific tarp to say the least. All Dutch Bling is designed for 1.75 line - it is very inexpensive and can be bought in 25' hanks from Dutch. Here are a couple of videos that may help you with your SF.

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