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    Member Rook's Avatar
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    ENO Doublenest with Whoopies and descender rings

    I recently switched out the stock suspension on my Doublenest. Here's some pics:



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    Looks good.
    I am not a gram weenie. , But Im starting to see the merits!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by opie View Post
    Looks good.
    It's a pair of your Whoopie slings I've had sitting around and finally went about putting them on. Going to be doing this same thing to my Hennessy this weekend once I get my whoopie trade from Te-wa.
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    Looks good. If I had a ring like that I would make my whoopie sling around that ring. That would adjust alot easier than dragging the adjustable end around a toggle. YMMV.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bleemus View Post
    Looks good. If I had a ring like that I would make my whoopie sling around that ring. That would adjust alot easier than dragging the adjustable end around a toggle. YMMV.
    That would be a good idea if you were making your own whoopie slings.

    I do the same the same as the OP on my hammock except I use UCRs instead of whoopies.

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    I got the idea from other posters and threads. From what I could deduce, the ring helps stop water running all the way down to the hammock.
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    Warning: thread hijack in 3...2...

    I saw you added a ridge line to your ENO... whats it made from and how long is it? How is it attached?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cuffs View Post
    Warning: thread hijack in 3...2...

    I saw you added a ridge line to your ENO... whats it made from and how long is it? How is it attached?
    Just attached it last night. It's some 3mm climbing rope I think. I made it adjustable with a two half hitches. Going to try it out this weekend at the Arizona Hang #4. Once I figure out the best length for me, I'll take out the adjustment and secure it with a larks head. I secured the fixed end with a larks head to the whoopie sling under the dead eye of the whoopie. I then just ran the other end through the whoopie and two half hitched it for adjustment. I had this same setup on my Singlenest and it worked great until I figured out the proper sag. I got the Doublenest for my bday recently and I'm going to use it as my cold weather hammock with a Te-wa uq when I don't have to worry about bugs.
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