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    New CRL set up

    Here's my new CRL set up using Dutch Gear accessories. I weighed the tarp, snakeskin and stuff sack after putting the pieces on and still it is just 470g.

    https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?...1&l=4780ed5d3e

    My old set up with the nacrabiners was okay, but my fingers get a littel stiff and I feel this will be easier.
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    This unformulated principle is the foundation of the different systems of all the sages."
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    Very nice, thanks for sharing!
    Would there be an advantage to having both sides with tarp flyz?

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    Nice and clean looking.

    One thought on the end with the Dutch hook.

    Could you loose some additional line (and weight of course ) by simply hooking the Dutch hook back to the ridgeline cord after it's passed around the tree rather than going around the tree then all the way back to the tarp ridgeline pullout?

    Just a thought.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gravitino View Post
    Very nice, thanks for sharing!
    Would there be an advantage to having both sides with tarp flyz?
    With a CRL I don’t see an advantage to having more than one fly, in fact the advantage is having just one. Only one thing to tie, I can slide the tarp back and forth of it needs adjustment, and it is a little lighter… ha…

    Quote Originally Posted by Tendertoe View Post
    Nice and clean looking.

    One thought on the end with the Dutch hook.

    Could you loose some additional line (and weight of course ) by simply hooking the Dutch hook back to the ridgeline cord after it's passed around the tree rather than going around the tree then all the way back to the tarp ridgeline pullout?

    Just a thought.
    I could save some line but I like having the “V” that my hammock suspensiones pass through… I carry too much line I’m sure… but haven’t quite got that obsessive on the gram count yet…
    "truth is uncontainable, and inexpressible. It neither is nor is not.
    This unformulated principle is the foundation of the different systems of all the sages."
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