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    New Member sescallier's Avatar
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    11' hammock under 11' tarp, will it work?? Answer in video!



    Recorded this to answer this question for you all!

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    Thanks for the video! That looks like a nice little spot there.

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    I use a 13 foot hammock under a 12 foot tarp never had a problem

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    Thanks! The spot is right by my house at a nice little creek!

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    Its amazing that some folks need a video before they'll believe something that can be proven by 6th grade math.

    One minor caveat: You want to make sure your cinch buckles are under the tarp as well.

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    in a word... yes
    "Everything works if you let it." - Corpus C. Redfish

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    so, does it work?
    I'd rather be hanging.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sargevining View Post
    Its amazing that some folks need a video before they'll believe something that can be proven by 6th grade math.

    One minor caveat: You want to make sure your cinch buckles are under the tarp as well.
    Its a close fit. I certainly wouldn't want it under a more aggressive cat cut 11' tarp.

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    New Member sescallier's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by brazilianguy View Post
    so, does it work?
    So far so good!

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    Thanks for the video! This helped ease the nerves when buying my first tarp for my 11ft hammock!
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