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    Quote Originally Posted by AmericasHammock View Post
    So the wbbb allows you to still tie the hammock out with the jarbridge on? I couldn't do it with my Hennessey because they tie outs are located too low. I would have to either sew little loops in the middle of my jarbridge to hold it down and in place or put a little hole in it to allow the tie outs to go through and not effect the hang of the uq. The jarbridge still stays snug even with the wbbb tied out? The shelf I can understand because it's high up, I was just thinking that the tie out for the bug net would be too low?
    The tie out for the bug net on the WBBB is actually above the zipper and well out of the way of the uq. I have a jarbridge on my WBBB and have had no problems.

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    Quote Originally Posted by weaver2469 View Post
    The tie out for the bug net on the WBBB is actually above the zipper and well out of the way of the uq. I have a jarbridge on my WBBB and have had no problems.
    That's awesome. So glad to hear that, just because it was something I couldn't do on my hennessey.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AmericasHammock View Post
    So the wbbb allows you to still tie the hammock out with the jarbridge on? I couldn't do it with my Hennessey because they tie outs are located too low. I would have to either sew little loops in the middle of my jarbridge to hold it down and in place or put a little hole in it to allow the tie outs to go through and not effect the hang of the uq. The jarbridge still stays snug even with the wbbb tied out? The shelf I can understand because it's high up, I was just thinking that the tie out for the bug net would be too low?
    Same here but I currently use a couple of gripclips to pull the sides tot he side tie-outs. Plan to sew a couple of grosgrain ribbons so I can just tie it to the side pullouts

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    yeah if there was a way to attach the jarbridge to the hh it would be perfect. One it would open it up a bit, and two I found myself having to adjust it back because it would slip over to one side. I think I also had the uq a little too tight though, but to have it staked down wouldn't hurt.

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