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    wow,,,thanks for the reply,,but thinking about a RL for the bug net buck can attach one as high up as I need up the line each end by adding one. I know Flatline is using a 110" RL and likes his there, not sure about Shug.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cevans View Post
    wow,,,thanks for the reply,,but thinking about a RL for the bug net buck can attach one as high up as I need up the line each end by adding one. I know Flatline is using a 110" RL and likes his there, not sure about Shug.
    My ridgeline is at 105 inches presently....working to get an good fir with my Winter Yeti.
    Gotta say it is a very comfortable hammock but my need to do hangouts shock cord prussic suggestion to get the Yeti to "spread out". The Yetis are short in general.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cevans View Post
    wow,,,thanks for the reply,,but thinking about a RL for the bug net buck can attach one as high up as I need up the line each end by adding one. I know Flatline is using a 110" RL and likes his there, not sure about Shug.
    Since the snipe does not require a SRL (very sag flexible) maybe you could make a whoopie adjustable RL. Hang your hammock, then tighten the RL to support the net?
    Last edited by OutandBack; 12-30-2011 at 00:12.

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