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    New Member rrmorriss's Avatar
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    Setup with Stingerz

    Thought I would share a few pictures of my tarp setup with the Dutchware Stingerz. I had a little trouble getting an idea of size/scale before I got them and thought this might help those wondering. So far they work great.

    I tied a loop to the eye ring on the Stinger, went around the tree, around the hook, then just wrapped the line around the antennas. They have a good bite to them and just wrapping it held up to some light rain. I would probably tie it off overnight though.

    Total weight with WB Edge tarp + stuff sack and all lines: 10.9 oz.
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    looks good. I will either be using that or the dutch hooks this weekend. Not sure which tarp has what on it
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    Senior Member dejoha's Avatar
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    Very nice set-up -- looks a lot like my own! Whoopie hooks and Stingerz. Great photos too. Thanks for sharing!

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    Thanks for the pics. The sense of scale is sometimes missing. I am considering a similar setup.

    Is that 2.2mm Zing-it you are using there?
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    nice setup
    +1 on those photos

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    New Member rrmorriss's Avatar
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    It's 1.75mm. I assume it's Zing-it, though I'm not sure. I got it from Warbonnet with the tarp.

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    Tarp setup

    Can't go wrong with Dutchware!

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    Like a Tarp Flyz, a Stingerz is setup to comfortably accept 1.75 mm Zing-it or Lash-it. We just sent out a pait of stingerz with the small hole spliced onto 1.75 zing-it with a small locked brummel and the other end of the line finished with another locked brummel. I will be taking photos of all custom Dutchware in the future to post here, sad i missed this one.

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    New Member rrmorriss's Avatar
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    I like the idea of a locked brummel on the Stinger end, but what would the brummel on the other end be used for?

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    You don't have to tie them off,,dutch's stuff holds,,try it,,no knots needed on the stingerz.

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