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    Hardware drip line

    I am converting my HH suspension to whoopie slings and hooks. Can anyone tell me if the dutchware whoopie hook functions well enough as a drip line or should I still install a separate drip line in the system?

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    Yip, whoopie hooks act as an adequate drip line - at least in my experience.
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    Thanks for your input. It has to rain pretty hard too need drip lines anyhow but I don't like finding out the hard way.

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