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    i finally made the change to ring buckle system

    i finally made the change to ring buckle system and i love it. neo

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    did you follow the examples shown in some of the threads here or chart a new course of action? I'd be interested in pics of your set-up, or a reference to an existing one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by neo View Post
    i finally made the change to ring buckle system and i love it. neo
    http://www.hammockforums.net/forum/s...ht=ring+buckle

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    Cool. What kind of webbing are you using Neo?
    I think you might like the green woodland camo webbing from here www.owfinc.com/Hardware/Shardware/webbing.asp
    Polyester,2000lb rated,little or no stretch.$7.28 for 24'
    Weighs about the same as Speer 1" poly
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    its simple 2 alumnium desending rings at each end and 6 ft of 5 mil.line doubled at each end and 10ft webbing at each end neo

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    Quote Originally Posted by FanaticFringer View Post
    Cool. What kind of webbing are you using Neo?
    I think you might like the green woodland camo webbing from here www.owfinc.com/Hardware/Shardware/webbing.asp
    Polyester,2000lb rated,little or no stretch.$7.28 for 24'
    Weighs about the same as Speer 1" poly
    wow camo webbing thats to cool neo

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    I'd say to anyone who's considering switching to the buckles to purchase both the ring buckles and cinch buckles and decide which you like the best. Or use both. I prefer cinch buckles but the rings always worked perfectly for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FanaticFringer View Post
    Cool. What kind of webbing are you using Neo?
    I think you might like the green woodland camo webbing from here www.owfinc.com/Hardware/Shardware/webbing.asp
    Polyester,2000lb rated,little or no stretch.$7.28 for 24'
    Weighs about the same as Speer 1" poly
    What is the item # When I open that page...It is a chart of all thier webbings...I am still new to the idea of hammocking. If I oder from them...I just want to make sure I am getting the right stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alex30808 View Post
    What is the item # When I open that page...It is a chart of all thier webbings...I am still new to the idea of hammocking. If I oder from them...I just want to make sure I am getting the right stuff.

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    thanks bud...I understand from what I've read that Poly is the way to go...but my question is why not nylon...Does the Nylon strech so much that it becomes innsufficient as a suspesion webbing? I ask this because of the 1 1/2" webbing I recently bought from the hardware store...I dont know what type of webbing it is...But I know I got slippage when I used the 1 1/2" rings with it but when I went to 1" rings it no longer slipped through them.
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