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    WBBB Ridgeline

    Ok so i have had by BB for about 6 months. (first real hammock). So for all you BB users, how tight should the ridge line be when im in it? should i be able to flex it? should it be super snug? kindda lost?
    any help would be appreciated!!

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    Here is an old thread on that subject ... loads of info.
    I hope this helps you out some.
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    http://www.hammockforums.net/forum/s...ad.php?t=16854
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    check out "setup" on the warbonnet site, watch the "hammock set-up" video and you'll find brandon demonstrating desired tautness.

    http://warbonnetoutdoors.com/setup.php

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    Thanks Shug! (your videos are awesome by the way!) And thanks Mitmax, I tried but for some reason the video isnt loading for reason. thanks guys!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by NickRP View Post
    Thanks Shug! (your videos are awesome by the way!) And thanks Mitmax, I tried but for some reason the video isnt loading for reason. thanks guys!!
    Cool ... try to empty the cache on your browser...... may help.
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    Lol thats my old thread I was searching for it lol
    as you can tell i have been trying to figure it out for awhile. Ill see if i can get it to work on my office comp. either way wether the ridgelne is tight or loose when i hang it, its always more comfy than the ground!

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    When I lay down & get into my comfort spot -- I am finding to be more comfortable when the RL is just a tiny bit looser than what WB guy shows in his video. YMMV

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