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    Mini Bungee Cords for self tensions guylines

    Still learning/looking for new ways to setup my hammack/trap/guylines etc...
    I was just wondering if i use Mini Bungnee Cords on my guylines coming off my trap would it help with the tension on the lines?I took a pic.,if i did this wrong pls check my pic on my profile.Hope it helps on what im asking.headerchange4u thanks for the idea,but i may have to go with your setup if this doesnt work.Thanks,HS

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    SHould work just fine.
    I am not a gram weenie. , But Im starting to see the merits!!!

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    Senior Member hikingshoes's Avatar
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    Opie ,
    Thanks!!!!Would it work better closer to the trap?

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    Dang! Now that was a fast response time Opie...how'd you do dat...and wit a picture no less?
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    Hey Hikingshoes,
    check out Opies new Prussik Variable tension guy lines. You were thinking the same thing that I was...I think. Great minds do think alike...now don't they?
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    Why not keep it simple? get an 8 pack of mini bungees with hooks already on them from home depot. cost under 5 dollars. Make a loop and put the loop around the stake.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hikingshoes View Post
    Opie ,
    Thanks!!!!Would it work better closer to the trap?
    I dont think it matters.

    Having the adjustment end on the D-ring gives you the ability to make adjustments from under the tarp. Which looks like thats the way you have it set-up.
    I am not a gram weenie. , But Im starting to see the merits!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barefoot Child View Post
    Hey Hikingshoes,
    check out Opies new Prussik Variable tension guy lines. You were thinking the same thing that I was...I think. Great minds do think alike...now don't they?
    I just did and i like the idea.Great minds do think alike there my friend.HS

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