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    Jayson's Avatar
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    I use Kyles method as well sans hardware. One end is attached with with a Bowline and the other end is tensioned with a Taughtline hitch.
    Been considering some hardware tho...likely some Dutch tarp flyes.

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    I use the shane method for the ground tie outs. And Dutch flyz for the ridgeline ends. Pretty fast.

    Shane method requires a bit of shock cord and some triangular mini line locs, but it is fast and easy once you set it up:
    https://www.hammockforums.net/forum/...t=shane+method

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