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    toggle attachment for tarp

    Not sure if anyone has done this. I use a detachable ridgeline, so I can take different tarps depending on the conditions. I just did a two inch locked Brummel and after feeding the line through the carbon fiber I back false plaited it to keep it from sliding off (pulled the end down through itself) works very well and is a very clean finish.
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    That's a good idea. Looks really good too.

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    Yes, an excellent solution. Thanks, Thirsty!

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    Re: toggle attachment for tarp

    I did that with my profly... Worked well... Was a little heavy because of my material choice... But the usage was sound...
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