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    [QUOTE=BillyBob58;841988]Understood, ranger magnet! What about rigging up a way of attaching the tarp to the tree huggers you are already using? Or to the MSH or toggle, if you are using something like that? Just trying to figure a way for zero impact without having to carry extra huggers.

    That makes alot of sense

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    [QUOTE=zappa870;846158]
    Quote Originally Posted by BillyBob58 View Post
    Understood, ranger magnet! What about rigging up a way of attaching the tarp to the tree huggers you are already using? Or to the MSH or toggle, if you are using something like that? Just trying to figure a way for zero impact without having to carry extra huggers.

    That makes alot of sense
    That can certainly be done. I usually find that my tarp ridge line is hung at different heights than the tree huggers though.
    Last edited by SmokeBait; 10-29-2012 at 22:01.

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