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    Senior Member scottpash's Avatar
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    Suspension Easy Set UP Has any one tried this!

    Found this while searching you tube and thought it might work on my eno

    i use Elephant Trunks and continuous loops now

    tarp hangs seperate

    I would like your input and ideas on a simple system like this for my next
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    With the exception of the tarp, whoopie slings and tree straps with Dutch hardware is one of the most common suspension systems used here.

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    I made that suspension although he has the dutch clip on the wrong side of the tree. I invite you to my store http://www.outdoortrailgear.com/cott...-all-products/ and check out my other susepnsions. The Dutch Buckle is just on of the options I offer.
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    Dutch I have been on your site and all of your gear looks great

    but I was looking for some input on if the all in one system works as well as it looks to in this video
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    Quote Originally Posted by scottpash View Post
    Dutch I have been on your site and all of your gear looks great

    but I was looking for some input on if the all in one system works as well as it looks to in this video
    It does. Why fiddle with two sets of straps?

    olddog and BearChaser have great SLS systems. Mine is still in development but is easily better than a separate tarp rig. I have one adjustable line that serves as tarp and hammock suspension, and has a breezy summer gap to boot, unlike the one in the video. Everything is connected by carabiners.

    Mike

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