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    Senior Member Roe Ring's Avatar
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    Thanks for the video Blaze, I just posted a thread asking about Superfly pull-outs and got directed to your video. Your set-up is just what I've been looking for and easy to take down when panel pulls aren't needed.

    Thanks again

    Mark

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roe Ring View Post
    Thanks for the video Blaze, I just posted a thread asking about Superfly pull-outs and got directed to your video. Your set-up is just what I've been looking for and easy to take down when panel pulls aren't needed.

    Thanks again

    Mark
    A bit of meditation on the problem and there was the idea. Glad you liked it.
    Blaze

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    Like your latest method, I don't know if the twist would put much more stess on the pull out or not. Ehh, probably a little bit more tension but not sure if its enough to hurt anything. But it looks good. Now its time for me to make a hammock purchase. Just don't know when i can. Again, it looks like a great setup and the Superfly looks like an excellent pick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JM129 View Post
    Like your latest method, I don't know if the twist would put much more stess on the pull out or not. Ehh, probably a little bit more tension but not sure if its enough to hurt anything. But it looks good. Now its time for me to make a hammock purchase. Just don't know when i can. Again, it looks like a great setup and the Superfly looks like an excellent pick.
    The Superfly is a realy good pick for a winter tarp. Though to heavy to haul along in fair weather.
    Blaze

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    Senior Member Gordzilla's Avatar
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    Thanks for the videos Blaze. I just tried your updated method and am very pleased with the result. My new favorite way to set the pull outs. Uses less cord than I thought it would. Good thinking.
    Embarassing is being the last item in a discount bin.

    No matter where you go, it will never be as cool as it was just before you got there. So thanks for ruining it for everyone.

    Swing looooow, sweet Waaaarbonnet, comin for..to..carry..... me....yawn.....home......zzzzzzzz

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlazeAway View Post
    The Superfly is a realy good pick for a winter tarp. Though to heavy to haul along in fair weather.
    Blaze
    dangit, now with the weather warming up I'll need a new tarp.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gordzilla View Post
    Thanks for the videos Blaze. I just tried your updated method and am very pleased with the result. My new favorite way to set the pull outs. Uses less cord than I thought it would. Good thinking.
    Glad you like the method.
    Best,
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mudman View Post
    dangit, now with the weather warming up I'll need a new tarp.
    One tarp is all that is neaded. Though two is nice.
    Best,
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    Hei Blaze,

    How did you got the silicone tubes flipped over the tie offs used to keep the stop knots inside?

    Waiting more line to arrive so I can copy your setup of the tarp lines.

    Br. Simo

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    Senior Member Roe Ring's Avatar
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    I set mine up today like this, and am really pleased with the result. It easily pulls the side panels straight out without unnaturally stretching the tarp. I used lash-it and fitted a couple of Dutch clips to the ends so they can easily be disconnected and the tarp deployed without pull outs if preferred.

    A great solution, thanks again blaze.

    Mark

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    Quote Originally Posted by Simo Ahtola View Post
    Hei Blaze,

    How did you got the silicone tubes flipped over the tie offs used to keep the stop knots inside?

    Waiting more line to arrive so I can copy your setup of the tarp lines.

    Br. Simo
    I am using Tarp Guy Lines from whoopiesling.com
    Best.
    Blaze


    Quote Originally Posted by Roe Ring View Post
    I set mine up today like this, and am really pleased with the result. It easily pulls the side panels straight out without unnaturally stretching the tarp. I used lash-it and fitted a couple of Dutch clips to the ends so they can easily be disconnected and the tarp deployed without pull outs if preferred.

    A great solution, thanks again blaze.

    Mark
    Glad you like the way to set the side pull outs.
    Best,
    Blaze

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