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    Hello from Indiana

    After many years of ground dwelling I am slowly transitioning into the world of hanging. I have no clue why I didn't do this long ago. I look forward to learning from everyone one here...Thanks!

    Current hammock setup - always a work in progress...
    HG Quest Tarp
    HG Circadian Hammock
    Dutchware Gear Spider/Poly Straps w/ Sewn on Dutch Clips
    Dutchware Gear Beetle Buckles
    Dutchware Gear Ringworms & Stingerz for hardware
    HG 40 | 30 | 20 | 10 Economy Burrow Top Quilts (I was a ground dweller...)
    HG 40 Economy Incubator
    HG 40 Economy Phoenix
    Zpacks DCF ground cloth
    MSR Mini Groundhogs
    Zpacks titanium shepherds hook stakes for ground cloth
    Plus a Dutchware Gear Two Person Xenon Tarp and spreader bars for when the wife and I go together.

    ***Need to get busy buying a couple colder weather under quilts...haha

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    Hello Wilco. Pretty cool place here with lots of experienced people.

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    Welcome from Texas! Be safe and have fun out there!
    Since you have multiple underquilts, you *can* stack them to get lower temps.
    I know the chart has been posted a few times around the forums here, but from this chart it looks like if you stack your two 40 underquilts then you can get down to 10. As you probably already know from your grounded days, depending on your body you may find that 10 too cold or just fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jakev383 View Post
    Welcome from Texas! Be safe and have fun out there!
    Since you have multiple underquilts, you *can* stack them to get lower temps.
    I know the chart has been posted a few times around the forums here, but from this chart it looks like if you stack your two 40 underquilts then you can get down to 10. As you probably already know from your grounded days, depending on your body you may find that 10 too cold or just fine.
    I am aware of that, but still appreciate the advice!

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