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    Kammock Roo with an underquilt?

    Does anyone have any experience using a Kammock roo with an underquilt? I recently purchased one, and have found that when set up with appropriate sag, the hammock is very wide. I am looking at getting a Hammock Gear Incubator, and am concerned it may not work, unless I pitch the hammock more tight.


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    Quote Originally Posted by ehrenpr View Post
    Does anyone have any experience using a Kammock roo with an underquilt? I recently purchased one, and have found that when set up with appropriate sag, the hammock is very wide. I am looking at getting a Hammock Gear Incubator, and am concerned it may not work, unless I pitch the hammock more tight.
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    I've not had any problem using an UQ with a Roo. I don't remember what I've used but probably a JRB No Snivler or Nest or a Yeti. Do not pitch your hammock any differently, simply adjust the UQ suspension to give an appropriate fit.

    Hammock Gear makes great stuff and the Incubator should work fine for you.
    Last edited by UncleMJM; 07-30-2014 at 21:58. Reason: One more thing...

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    Thanks! I'll post back when the UQ comes in.

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    You mean very wide in that you're at a severe angle to lie flat and wondering how that will work out for coverage underneath? I would get Dutch quilt clips to attach on the head and foot side of the hammock to ensure the quilt stays up along the sides there.
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