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    whoopies for Henessy?

    what makes a whoopie for a HH different from a "normal" whoopie?

    i ask this because i see on your site says "If you own a Hennessey hammock and you are purchasing slings to swap out the suspension, please leave me a note in the "instructions to seller" box so I can build them accordingly."

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    My normal slings have a 4" fixed eye and the exit for the adjustable bury is just a few strands away from the end of the fixed eye bury.

    With a Hennessey, there is no need for a 4" fixed eye so I drop that down to 2". I also move the adjustable bury exit 9" away from the end of the fixed eye bury.

    This gives the user more room for their snakeskins and more hand room to grasp the sling for adjustments. Attachment to a Hennessey is not a simple girth hitch/larks head.
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