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    Senior Member Redtail's Avatar
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    Neat design, I'd call it The Batman Tarp!

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    Quote Originally Posted by skskinner View Post
    Oh, it weighs 28 ounces and has a 12 foot ridge line and is 9.5 feet wide at the cat cuts and the center staking corners are another 2 1/4 feet on each side making it about 12 feet wide at it's widest place. Mule
    Great job! Looking at your measurements, you should have more coverage than the 12x12 SG tarp and with less weight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Redtail View Post
    Neat design, I'd call it The Batman Tarp!
    Duh-nuh-nuh-nuh-nuh.....Batman!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cannibal View Post
    Cool lookin tarp! Maybe a dumb question (I'm chock full of em), but what are the extra points on the sides for? Looks really cool, I'm just wondering.
    Those are pockets for the guylines, and places to hide condoms and stuff like that.
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    condiments?


    "Civilization is the limitless multiplication of unnecessary necessities."
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    Quote Originally Posted by NCPatrick View Post
    condiments?
    for the bears, they don't like a hammock burrito plain...

    Cool looking tarp.

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    Wow, great looking tarp!! I bet those extra side points will help keep things nice and stable, as well as give the extra coverage.

    Great job!
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    Thanks everyone for your comments. mule
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    Talking Bat Tarp Technology

    Take the guylines, tuck them into the pockets on the ends of the corners (or in the case of the ridge line velcro them to the webbing) then lock them in with hook and loop on tarp and webbing, closing the pocket with the webbing. Cool.
    I am having fun making this stuff, but I am out of fabric and ready for some couch potato time. See the photos.
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    That's a cool tarp Mule and a neat idea with the tie outs.
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