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    Superfly ridgeline pullouts?

    Brandon, or anyone, what purpose is served by the two split rings threaded onto the ridgeline grosgrain loops ?

    I am planning on clipping the fly to a CRL via #1 S-biners, and am wondering if I should:

    *clip into one ring (per end)?
    *clip into two rings?
    *clip into the GG loop?

    Or does it matter?

    Jim
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    all secure in sector 7 Shug's Avatar
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    Brandon told me that is just that two are stronger than one. So just use them as one ring!
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    I don't think it realy matters, if your gonna use one you may aswell use them both otherwise it will just be hanging there... Or take them off and just use the GG loop either way will work great with your S-biner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shug View Post
    Brandon told me that is just that two are stronger than one. So just use them as one ring!
    Same story I got.
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    if clipping into the tarp with seperate hardware (s-biner or whatever) you can just clip straight to the loop and bypass the rings (or clip them)

    they're there for tying cord to (so the line doesn't fray the loop)

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    Hmmm. Guess it wasn't rocket science

    after all.

    Thanks everyone!

    Jim

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