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    all secure in sector 7 Shug's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by navbutler View Post
    Thanks Shug! for the 30ish windy wet weather we get in NE Ohio and Western PA, does the single pole have limitations in the wind, or is there very little difference?
    I would not say limitations...it keeps the tarp open and helps in from blowing in on me in the hammock.
    Of course as in all things Tarp, a proper pitch is imperative.
    Whooooo Buddy)))) All Secure in Sector Seven

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    I'm a big fan of UGQ's Winter Dream w/ internal end pole mod... with regards to your wind question, the internal poles do change how you approach wind.

    Because the stake lines also set the width, contain the amount the poles spread, you have to account for this in higher winds.

    In no winds.. stake as you like.

    If the winds come up, you may need, will need to move your lines to both keep the pole spread where you want it and help take wind load.
    No biggie, but may surprise you the 1st time you're out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by navbutler View Post
    Thanks, the internal crossing line configuration looks like its worth looking for. I've never seen a system so simple like this, without modifications, that looks so effective.
    You are welcome. You won't find a vendor selling these. I made this myself. It is very easy to make if you know how to make your own whoopies

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    Senior Member ecologito's Avatar
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    What is the best way to add pull outs to my tarp? I have a Kammok Kuhli Pro and wondering if they could be added with something like patches. I don't want to sew them in if it can be avoided so I don't have to worry about tearing the fabric or having the seam seal.

    According to kammok the material is Amphibiskin™ 15D diamond ripstop nylon with Sil/PU + DWR waterproofing
    If you are under control, you are not going fast enough - Mario Andretti

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    Quote Originally Posted by ecologito View Post
    What is the best way to add pull outs to my tarp? I have a Kammok Kuhli Pro and wondering if they could be added with something like patches. I don't want to sew them in if it can be avoided so I don't have to worry about tearing the fabric or having the seam seal.

    According to kammok the material is Amphibiskin™ 15D diamond ripstop nylon with Sil/PU + DWR waterproofing
    These are an option that won't involve sewing or seam sealing.
    https://dutchwaregear.com/product/cl...arp-pull-outs/

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