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    Traveler Ridgeline length?

    Modifying a hammock that I've been playing with to replicate a WB Traveler, and was wondering if anyone could tell me the length of the ridgeline on the traveler? Thanks
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    The Warbonnet site says 100". A good starting point for a Structural Ridgeline is .83 of the hammock length and then you can adjust to your liking.
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    guess i shouldve checked the site first, but the 83% is very helpful.
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