Wtt:Please take a look
I have a nice newly made DIY bridge hammock based on the Grizzly videos. It is made with 1.9 SL ripstop, Dynaglide UCR, removable adjustable ridge line, removable (velcro) 2/3 bug netting and stuff sack. The weight is 24.5 oz with the poles. I'm not including tree webbing or toggles. I would like to trade it for a TTTG 1.9 SL Switchback or Switchback Light Hiker in good condition no damage. PM me and we can talk. Thanks for the look
Last edited by krshome; 03-26-2012 at 11:00.
Wish I had one to trade. The other hammocks I've gotten from you are great. I'd love to have this one.
If your lucky enough to be outdoors, your lucky enough!
Ascott, Thanks for the positive feed back I think you have more of my hammocks than I do.
It is not for sale, it's a trade only deal. Sorry everyone I know you want it. If nothing happens as a trade I may post it for sale but thats a big IF
Last edited by krshome; 03-25-2012 at 13:25.
Why only a 2/3rd bug net?
re: Wtt:Please take a look
Weight but most important you don't need it because you would have some sort of covering over your feet
Wow, nice hammock. I just sold my WBBB 1.1 DL, or I would definitely trade with you. Darn, sorry I missed this. Just sold the WBBB last week.
Would ya be interested in a trade for one of these?
What would you estimate the weight limit would be on the bridge you made? Also, the height limit?
I'm 6'2" and weigh in at 214 lbs 230 lbs at my heaviest. I have made a couple of these and have had no problem with it holding me. It has the .625 poles at both ends for us bigger guys. I have now used Dynaglide on all my hammock with no problems as well (Love the stuff). As far as the bug netting sure a bug or two may get in but I don't live in Alaska with Black flies. I live in the mountains of VA and the 2/3 netting has served me well on other hammock with no bites. Remember your quilt will be covering your feet and the netting has shock cord to snug up around the quilt, a pretty snug fit.