Way to go Griz. Love the out take at the end.
To me it seems the tri-glide system would be the most difficult to adjust.
Superb video Grizz. Can't wait to see the next one.
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Thanks Grizz! Great video, especially for visual learners!
Please keep them coming!
Very nice easy to understand video. Now I know I want to stay away from Tri Glides. It also never dawned on me that you could roll back the end of a channeled hammock to attach your lines. I do trust my stitching in my Claytor but I did find it informative.
Nice video,, thanks for sharing...
Great addition to the forums. Wish I had this video when I was first changing out suspensions. You make it so simple.
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I would dearly like to log some miles and shoot some vid with Shug. Had hoped to pull that off with the Northern Hang in a couple of weeks but I had to back out of that gig.
All this is predicated on the assumption that the hammock is hanging loose. I don't think you can easy crank up the tension using the triglides, and that actually is a good thing.
Everyone else...thanks for the appreciation. The vids are labors of love, but we like it when others like 'em too.
The difficulty I see with the tri glides is that to take up or let out slack, you have to deal with the webbing rotating around the tree and any binding that may result. Still a nice system, especially for gram weenies.
You make a fine, fine instructional video.
Thanks a bunch
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