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  1. #11
    Senior Member Bec's Avatar
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    Oh.....and I have watched every video Shug has. That darn guy has cost me a lot of money!! Appreciate you Shug. I have learned a lot from you.

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    Senior Member Law Dawg (ret)'s Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by maztrain View Post
    Works well with my WBBB and HG UQ......If you saw Shug's video review of his he showed how it comes up above the hammock when you pull the shockcords.....the Bridge/Gathered End does the same which is a great feature.....not sure how it hangs with a bridge hammock cause I don't use them but I'm sure it will protect the UQ but not come up over the hammock....maybe someone on here can answer that. Well that's my 2 cents....
    I got the one for gathered end...non silnylon. The middle shock cord adjustment works very well on my WBBB XLC. Allows me to cover more of the mesh (very low on the XLC) when stuff gets cold. Good piece of kit. Also interested in any info on the one for bridge hammocks as we are thinking about adding one to my bride's WBRR.
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    When I was choosing an UQP I read a lot of the discussion here. A comment that decided it for me was something like, "the only waterproof (non-breathable) item should be your tarp". Not an exact quote but it made sense to me. I got the breathable one.
    I had Donna make me a custom sized one to fit my Clark. A beautiful job and a perfect fit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Law Dawg (ret) View Post
    Also interested in any info on the one for bridge hammocks as we are thinking about adding one to my bride's WBRR.
    Donna here...There are a couple of threads in our forum here on HF that will take you through the steps of designing it for the bridge, and the final outcome. Look for threads started by us and Acer.
    2QZQ Hammock Specialties
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    Sewn on Tarp doors, Pole Pockets, and Grizz Beaks
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    2QZQ tree table!

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    Senior Member Crowell392's Avatar
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    Can someone post some pics of the ugp on the warbonnet xlc?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Law Dawg (ret) View Post
    I got the one for gathered end...non silnylon. The middle shock cord adjustment works very well on my WBBB XLC. Allows me to cover more of the mesh (very low on the XLC) when stuff gets cold. Good piece of kit. Also interested in any info on the one for bridge hammocks as we are thinking about adding one to my bride's WBRR.
    Quote Originally Posted by 2Questions View Post
    Donna here...There are a couple of threads in our forum here on HF that will take you through the steps of designing it for the bridge, and the final outcome. Look for threads started by us and Acer.
    https://www.hammockforums.net/forum/...ad.php?t=59113

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    Just ordered my UQP. Thank you.

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    Senior Member Law Dawg (ret)'s Avatar
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    Danke!

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  9. #19

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    By the way you can use it to hold your pad and or space blanket as well for that winter insulation. When I have car camped I have placed a wool blanket in to keep the bottom side warm works great. Also, in a pinch on dry hikes I have filled it with dry leaves and stayed warn as down all night. Great addition to the hammock.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Canoefor2 View Post
    By the way you can use it to hold your pad and or space blanket as well for that winter insulation. When I have car camped I have placed a wool blanket in to keep the bottom side warm works great. Also, in a pinch on dry hikes I have filled it with dry leaves and stayed warn as down all night. Great addition to the hammock.
    Hi Canoefor2,
    It sounds like you are talking about the HHSS which would do all the things you listed quite well.
    The 2QZQ UQP wouldn't do those things very well. The ends use shockcord and the UQP hangs
    lower that the HHSS so it does not compress the UQ.
    O&B
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