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    Only item to consider, the strap offered is 40".
    That will accommodate a tree diameter of about 12"-13".

    A similar strap of 60" is offered by Sea to Summit allowing a tree diameter of approximately 19".

    Of course, there are loads of in the field workarounds, amsteel dog bones, pack straps, belts and many others that will allow you to use the table with much larger trees.

    My site selection now includes finding appropriate hammock hanging trees AND my tree table stand tree.

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    Have sherpas, will travel...

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    Received mine yesterday , +1 on a cool piece of gear . Will make things a little easier for sure !

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    Does anyone have a pic of a Biolite on one?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hk2001 View Post
    Does anyone have a pic of a Biolite on one?
    Donna here....Jiblets used a Bushbuddy on his. See post #137 on this thread. https://www.hammockforums.net/forum/...Q-s-tree-table
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    All i know is that my Jet boil fits on it like it was made for it !Very nice piece of gear IMO..

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2Questions View Post
    Donna here....Jiblets used a Bushbuddy on his. See post #137 on this thread. https://www.hammockforums.net/forum/...Q-s-tree-table
    Quote Originally Posted by Zilla View Post
    All i know is that my Jet boil fits on it like it was made for it !Very nice piece of gear IMO..


    I'm more concerned about the legs of the biolite themselves

    Here's someone elses image.. it's to early for me to dig it out

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    I know there was a question about using wood fire on the 2QZQ table a while back. I had a chance to try it on my Adirondack Trip. I do recommend using some sort of coal/ash catcher underneath the stove, but I always carry a small piece of roasting pan aluminum to protect picnic tables, so I used that. When I had the Element really cranking and flames licking up the sides of the pot I placed my hand between the tree and stove; it was hot, but I could leave it there, so I'm convinced that there should not be any harm to the tree. It's nice to be able to place several hand-fulls of twigs on the table so they don't pick up any moisture from the ground. Thanks for a great product.

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    A few pics of the tree table when it first arrived, packaging, stand, strap and storage sack.

    Tough little stand strong enough to hold a fire brick on the outer edge and not flex.

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    Have sherpas, will travel...

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    I love my new 2QZQ Tree Table. I got a chance to use it this past weekend. I'm definitely keeping it in my pack from now on. 2qzq tree table.jpg

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