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    whatever method you use, the tarp performs best when all the force is on the ridge seam, try to avoid transferring tension/load onto the seperate ridge cord if you're using one, the ridge seam should always be signifigantly tighter than the ridge cord

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    Senior Member dant8ro's Avatar
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    and so the manufacturer has spoken. I think that's about as definitive as you get...


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    That's one of the cool things about this forum (the manufacturer did comment)
    Thanks for the info WarbonnetGuy and fellow hangers.

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