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    I see you have your answer, but for others, here's a few more photos...http://www.hammockforums.net/forum/s...41&postcount=2

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    Quote Originally Posted by gmcttr View Post
    I see you have your answer, but for others, here's a few more photos...http://www.hammockforums.net/forum/s...41&postcount=2
    Thanks for that, good to see some photos. I've got lots to learn, but think I've found the right place to learn.

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    Paul, if you will scroll down the page on the supplied Whoopie sling home page link, it shows you in a video how to install their structural ridgeline over a gathered, channel sewed hammock. It is what he is using. Just in case, undo the whoopie suspension from the gathered end, then run it through the ridgeline eye. Re-attach. Repeat on the other end. You got an adjustable ridgeline bro. Simple as tieing your shoes. Watch the video, you'll see. God Bless

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