In other words, I can "strum" it, and makes a note, but a very low one. fud d d d d dddddd
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You can always go adjustable too. No worries about several tries to get it right.
thanks for that thread link knotty,wish i would have saw it before i started tinkering with mine.
Does anyone know the length of the warbonnet hammock ridgeline in relation tothe hammock fabric, im at work and cant get to mine. just curious, cause i prefer to hang my hammock at more like 15-18 degrees instead of 25-30 degrees, like a tighter, less saggy hammock.
adjustable structural ridgeline, and you can make it almost any length you want, and as many times as you want. I like it because you can always change the length to fit the situation. Sometimes that sweet-spot is just at a different distance.
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I'm still tweaking my ridgeline/suspension. It turns out that the 83% is pretty darn close once I factor in the extra length of connecting near my buckle. However, the headroom (noggin to ridgeline) is kinda low. What is normal/acceptable? Comments?
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