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    Quote Originally Posted by Cranky Bear View Post
    Dutch I see you offer them as a set (strap, buckle, clip, cont loop) everything one would need, but the price is for one side correct? Or is that for a set?
    That is the price for a pair. That is the other thing that appeals to me is they are really affordable.
    Quote Originally Posted by Bubba View Post
    Do these need a slippery half hitch for back up?
    No back-up knot needed.
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    Oh, my. Quite the complete set of suspend-sion hardware now. And such an attractive web page.

    The only thing missing, if anyone remembered who he was, would be rainbow-striped straps and an endorsement from former talk-show host Larry King. (I wonder if he would, just for fun, without $?)

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    You are killing my pp account....
    Another order placed...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bubba View Post
    Do these need a slippery half hitch for back up?
    Quote Originally Posted by gmcttr View Post
    From the website..."No back-up knot is needed."
    Quote Originally Posted by Dutch View Post
    No back-up knot needed.
    I've had cinch buckles slip one night after a hard rain and my polyester straps were wet. I didn't hit the ground hard, but was slowly lowered to the ground.
    Now I back them up with a slippery half hitch if I'm expecting rain.

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    I might have to get some of these soon
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dutch View Post
    That is the price for a pair. That is the other thing that appeals to me is they are really affordable.
    Yea I asked as it wasn't in the description, that is a fantastic price for a complete set, may have to get a set myself for back-up for Adia's hammock (she loves the webbing/buckle suspension)...
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    The ones with webbing come with 15 foot on each side. So you can shorten it to what you think will be ideal
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dutch View Post
    ..... "" I know there are lighter options but lightest isn't always what I am looking for '' '' ..... .
    Hear ye, hear ye!
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    This may be the easiest system for winter. Just out of curiosity, how much does it weight versus the all-in-one system?

    David

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    Would like to know if these are the same buckles offered on the Dangerbird...?

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