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  1. #71
    Senior Member ninjahamockman's Avatar
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    Yeah that is very nice. I would try a whoopie hook and a continuous loop. It is a great system. I personally not a fan of eno because of the crappines of the pro straps and their tarps. the hammock is the only good thing for me really.
    Bacon and Camping makes me happy.

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    I camp in bear country and I am a bear Burrito.

  2. #72
    Senior Member OneThing's Avatar
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    I agree

    For the price, this is not a bad hammock at all. I'm close to 6 ft, & 260lbs, and it has a nice lay to it. Lots of room and makes a great home hammock, or car/motorcycle camping rig. I even added a ridge line to mine to help with the lay.

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    Senior Member uneekwahn's Avatar
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    Bump for this thread for a good reason.

    I'm in Australia and when I saw the woot deal I couldn't pick one up as they don't ship to Australia. I posted up on reddit and asked if someone would be kind enough to ship me a couple at my cost, but no one was keen.

    A couple of months later out of the blue, I got a message on reddit from a user "YukonOutfitters" advising they'd send me one on their dime and asked for my address. I gave it to them. Heard nothing for a month and wasn't going to both them over it.

    Got another message a couple of weeks ago saying they had just finished their mosquito net version and were going to send me one of those. Hopefully it should come in the next week or so!

    Really good to see this thread and others with ideas on mods for it, can't wait to do some whoopies or it and see how they've done the netting. Will post up some pics when it arrives and I've set it up
    All in all and I'm loving every rise and fall the sun will make and I will take breath to be sure of this

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    sounds cool - will be looking forward to your review of the skeeter net version.

  5. #75
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    The Yukon is back on sport woot today.

  6. #76
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    Woot: Yukon Outfitters Double

    Does anyone have an idea of what suspension from Dutch would be best for this hammock?

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    I bought one last time they were around. I swapped out the heavy rope for larps-headed whoopies, then added tree straps and toggles.

    It's darn comfy, and I still love it!

    Edit: don't believe the 11'6" length measurement. That includes their ropes and s-hooks. It's closer to ~10'.

  8. #78
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    Woot: Yukon Outfitters Double

    That's kinda what I was planning, but haven't ever ventured into owning a whoopie set up yet. I bought one for my kids earlier in the year, and haven't messed with upgrading the suspension yet. Thanks

  9. #79
    Quote Originally Posted by anachronist View Post
    I bought one last time they were around. I swapped out the heavy rope for larps-headed whoopies, then added tree straps and toggles.

    It's darn comfy, and I still love it!

    Edit: don't believe the 11'6" length measurement. That includes their ropes and s-hooks. It's closer to ~10'.
    I just messured the one I got last time they offered them and it's 9'6".

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    I also bought one of these as my first hammock. So far it has been great in the backyard, but I'm still using it all stock. I do have my own paracord extensions and 'biners, so I'll likely be doing a little modding this weekend.

    I'm really digging the motorcycle camping pics! That's my plan too, but I don't have a dualsport, so I'll be sticking to more traditional camping areas.

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