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    Senior Member Adarack's Avatar
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    Thumbs up JRB is one of the best

    Another happy JRB customer here.

    I had ordered the Jeff's Gear Hammock and this thing is top notch quality. There was a small mistake with the item shipped but they were very fast to respond and fixed the problem without complaint. Now I have one of each size.

    Next I ordered 2 JRB Torso Pad. These are very nice pads. Especially for the killer price.

    Thank you JRB you guys are truly one of the best.

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    Senior Member NewtonGT's Avatar
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    I love my gear hammock. it has 1000000000000 uses

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    Senior Member Joey's Avatar
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    that is a nice multi-use item! toss up some pics of how you put it to use from time to time.

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    They have quite a sale gong now. I just ordered the JRB stuff i need.
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    Senior Member Bunk's Avatar
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    An excellent company to deal with and high quality products, I love my JRB Katahdin...now I'm itching to pull the trigger on one of their 3 season TQ's!

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    Senior Member Adarack's Avatar
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    Do you guys thing the tie outs on the WBBB 1.7 dbl are strong enough to clip the gear hammock to for holding the mostly empty pack? Maybe 5 to 7 pounds total weight?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adarack View Post
    Do you guys thing the tie outs on the WBBB 1.7 dbl are strong enough to clip the gear hammock to for holding the mostly empty pack? Maybe 5 to 7 pounds total weight?
    Maybe but I wouldn't do it personally.

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    Senior Member NewtonGT's Avatar
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    I use mine on the hennessy but can you really not use it with a BB?

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    BB? Sure , as a minimum you can put both micro biners on the same seuspension and have a convenient HOBO sack storage... Or use that point to a hiking pole staked out of the second pint ( common set up for those who want conveniece without the JGH/PC actually touching you).

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    Senior Member Adarack's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter_pan View Post
    BB? Sure , as a minimum you can put both micro biners on the same seuspension and have a convenient HOBO sack storage... Or use that point to a hiking pole staked out of the second pint ( common set up for those who want conveniece without the JGH/PC actually touching you).

    Pan
    Now those are ideas I like. Especially the staked out hiking pole.

    I still think that for light loads the tie outs would be alright (not sure though). But I'm sure that the HOBO sack or using the pole are much safer alternatives.

    Thanks for the input guys...

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