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    Eh, Raftingtigger explained that at length: it's all too confusing: https://www.tensaoutdoor.com/2018/06...to-the-tensa2/
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    Quote Originally Posted by Latherdome View Post
    Bikerdad, looks like maybe your ridgeline is too short...
    The first modification I made to my Tensa 4 was “purposeful spliced” ridglines. One for each of the two hammocks I use with my stand. One for an 11ft GE, and the second for my Amok Draumr. This reduces the fiddle factor greatly.

    I also bought a second “Orange Screw Stake”. I lock my Tensa 4 in place now. That also eases the setup for me...


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  3. #323

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    Quote Originally Posted by FJRpilot View Post
    The first modification I made to my Tensa 4 was “purposeful spliced” ridglines. One for each of the two hammocks I use with my stand. One for an 11ft GE, and the second for my Amok Draumr. This reduces the fiddle factor greatly.

    I also bought a second “Orange Screw Stake”. I lock my Tensa 4 in place now. That also eases the setup for me...


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    Specific ridgeline for specific hammock - great idea. Also have specific suspension and mark head and foot. We can't send them out that way - we would go nuts with all the possible variations.

    Second Orange Screw and head tether (specifically designed to allow some play) is now standard.
    Come check out the new NoGround Trekking pole to hammock stand conversion at http://www.TiggzCraftworkz.com or0 https://www.facebook.com/Cheryl-Mitc...4489757564144/ or email at [email protected] and the new Tensa4 tensahedron stand at http://www.TensaOutdoor.com and [email protected]

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    This might solve our trip out west next summer's challenges with needing to camp and really wanting to hammock, but have limited choices of campgrounds and sites that offer three spots for hammocks or allow hammocks at all! $300 each is a struggle though. We'll see what happens though...

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    I've had the chance to setup and takedown my v2 stand in my backyard 4(5?) times now. After the initial setup and configuration, the setup is very slick, and just takes a few minutes, maybe 5 minutes if I'm going slow. The takedown is only 2-3 minutes, again if I'm slow.

    The keyed grooves on the tubing are really, really great. This makes setup as simple as extending the tubes, with no fiddling around trying to match the holes to the pins. The anodized tubes are fantastic, and I'm sure will wear for significantly longer than I ever will.

    I'm really, really pleased with this stand! It's a great, quality piece of gear.

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    As a bikecamper I'm committed to sleeping off the ground.

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    My Amok Draumr XL on Tensa 4 stand.
    Shug

    Whooooo Buddy)))) All Secure in Sector Seven

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shug View Post
    My Amok Draumr XL on Tensa 4 stand.
    Shug

    . Very nice!


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    Tensa7

    The tensa7 will hold two hammocks. Is that just adding three more sides to a tensa4 starting at the foot end?

    tensa7.jpg

  10. #330

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    Quote Originally Posted by sqidmark View Post
    The tensa7 will hold two hammocks. Is that just adding three more sides to a tensa4 starting at the foot end?

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    I think that should work, but I am unaware of any attempts. The glory of being first awaits you buddy :-)
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