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    Cinch buckle ?

    I purchases two pairs of cinch buckles from AHE awhile back. They had what I believe is called the link on them. I want to remove the carabineer from my Eno Dn. Do I remove the cord also on the hammock and thread the link through the hammock end and then push buckles through the opening of the link?

    It looks like that is the way to do it but I am not sure.

    Thanks,
    Brian

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    I believe you have it right. Both should be a larks head.
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    You are correct. The cinch buckles already have the link on them sound like so just feed the link through the end channels of the ENO and as Dutch said, larkshead it (feed the cinch buckle end through the end that went through the hammock channels. Its definitely worth ditching the stock rope and biners IMO.
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    You are correct in what you are trying to do with the CB's and chainlinks. I have two ENO's set up like this and you should have no problems hanging from this setup. Plus, they are much lighter than the stock beiners!!!!!!!!!
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    Thanks guys. gonna change out both my hammocks this weekend and test them out.

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