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    My ENO DN setup

    Just wanted to share my setup... it works for me (car camping).

    I use the guardian bug net and haven't had any problems with it. I also have the sides pulled out to give me some room.

    When I'm done with it, everything stays rigged and just stuffs into a sack.

    Details in the pics.
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    Like the way you did the side pull outs on the netting. I'll have to give that a try for tomorrow nights hang.

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    Nicely done! I have the same gear but different setup.
    Carpe noctem!!

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    Good looking set up. Been looking at the Guardian for our hammocks. May just have to pull the trigger on them soon.

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    yeah, those pieces of foam on the net are a real good idea. I like the whole thing.

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    Using that little piece of foam to tie out the bug net is genius. I'm definitely gonna remember that.

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    my only problem with the guardian was that the netting seperated along the seam where the ridgeline hooks attach. Kept patching it, but different spots would seperate, so I had to move onto a new net

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    Solid set up. Looks like you'll be hanging comfy
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    You sir, are a genius! I had a problem earlier this summer with the mosquitoes still getting to my side through the bug net. (big fella) I'm gonna go and immediately get some shock chord and some foam! Great looking set up!

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    i cant get my end of bug net to stay closed. big problem

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