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    Biner or Dutch Clip

    I want to use a SUL biner or a dutch clip on my hammock suspension.
    Which dutch clip would be the one to use ??

    What weight rating ??

    Thanks

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    The Aluminum Dutch Clip is for people 250 pounds or less and the Titanium ones are for people 300 or less.
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    I use the Dutch clips to attach the straps to the tree, makes the hook up nice and simple......RR
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    Titanium Dutch Clip.........Nuff said......
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    Don't tell Dutch that I have been using the Dutch Clips for several years and I weigh 275-285.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gunner76 View Post
    Don't tell Dutch that I have been using the Dutch Clips for several years and I weigh 275-285.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gunner76 View Post
    Don't tell Dutch that I have been using the Dutch Clips for several years and I weigh 275-285.
    I love my Dutch Clips and I too use aluminum and weigh 265 plus
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    Like Dutch, happy to send him money for nice toys. Routinely carry a a couple of carabiners for other reasons. Guess where they live at night. ;-)

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    I use the aluminum Dutch clips and absolutely love them.
    I did try the TI version but I prefer the alum ver because it's just easier for me to use.

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    Dutch Titanium

    On one hammock I have titanium Dutch clips that I use with the 1" polyester webbing and it works great.

    On another hammock for my son I use Nano 23 Carabiners. Carabiners are idiot proof, but I prefer the Dutch Clips.

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