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    Attaching "All in one" system to ENO DN

    Like the title says, I'm not for sure how to attach the all in one system's whoopie sling to the ENO DN. With the ring and continuous loop where it is I'm not sure that the continuous loop is long enough to feed through the channel and then a larks head.

    Any recommendations from someone who's done one?

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    The continuous loop is long enough to go through the end channels. I have fit loops as short as 4 inched through the end channels. Just feed it through and larks head the remainder of the all in one suspension and you'll be good to go.
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    Bubba is right on. When gathered up, it doesn't take much to pass through the ends of the ENO doublenest.

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    Thanks guys, going to 'cut the rope' tonight and connect my whoopie slings!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtucker502 View Post
    Thanks guys, going to 'cut the rope' tonight and connect my whoopie slings!
    Cut with confidence! Be gone heavy and bulky rope!
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    Hi I rock climb as well as hammock I find these work very well and are light and very strong
    http://www.needlesports.com/Catalogu...lings-MAM-DYN8

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    Those runners are pretty sweet! I have about 4 on my sport rack! I didnt even think about using them on my ENO...boy do I love this forum!

    Quote Originally Posted by James102 View Post
    Hi I rock climb as well as hammock I find these work very well and are light and very strong
    http://www.needlesports.com/Catalogu...lings-MAM-DYN8

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    What size Whoopies and straps did you get? I am about make my order for the All in one for my DN and I have been flip flopping on what sizes to get.

    Is there a drawback to getting the longer straps and slings?
    I live in an area where there are a lot of planted long needle pines. They are usually spaced pretty far apart 15-20' apart. So i have been thinking hard on the longer slings and straps.
    Matt

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    Quote Originally Posted by wyleone View Post
    What size Whoopies and straps did you get? I am about make my order for the All in one for my DN and I have been flip flopping on what sizes to get.

    Is there a drawback to getting the longer straps and slings?
    I live in an area where there are a lot of planted long needle pines. They are usually spaced pretty far apart 15-20' apart. So i have been thinking hard on the longer slings and straps.
    Matt
    does this help....

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    Quote Originally Posted by wyleone View Post
    What size Whoopies and straps did you get? I am about make my order for the All in one for my DN and I have been flip flopping on what sizes to get.

    Is there a drawback to getting the longer straps and slings?
    I live in an area where there are a lot of planted long needle pines. They are usually spaced pretty far apart 15-20' apart. So i have been thinking hard on the longer slings and straps.
    Matt
    wyleone, the 6' straps will work well on up to about 20" diameter trees. 8' straps up to about 28" trees. There is a bit of leeway in those figures. Like Opie said, the 6' slings should be fine for your needs.

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