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    Frayed Whoopies

    Hi. I posted this down on the Hennessy forum and didn't get any bites, so maybe it belongs here instead. I purchased a used hammock that had the whoopie conversion done to it already. I don't know anything about whoopie slings, but where they connect to each other, the rope looks a little thin. I am posting pics. Now, this could be perfectly normal, but I wanted to get some experts to look at it before I head out for a week. I added one picture to show how the conversion was done in case that matters.

    Thanks in advance!
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