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    New Member jmegabite's Avatar
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    Warbonnet Superfly

    Hi Everyone,

    Does anyone know if the WWBB Superfly comes with all the with all the lines (a.k.a. ridge lines , guide lines , shock cord and the hardware needed to hang it ) if not is there a kit or a set-up someone could suggest ? I'm unsure of what lines and hardware I would need .

    Thanks in advance , John

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    Senior Member kayaknut01's Avatar
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    i believe it does not come with any of the cords and ridgeline/tie outs. however paul at AHE can set you up with whatever you need for that tarp, and there is opie at whoopie slings.com he also sells some great products and can get what ever you may need and you can always send that tarp to me and i'll take care of those details
    i do not remember the question, however i believe beer is the answer

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    Sorry none of the Warbonnet tarps come with line's! You would have to order them from somewhere else, like where Kayaknut01 mentioned, there are also other places that you can get them from, or you can go to the hardware store and get braided masons twine which will work fine for the tie out's! You really don't need any hardware to hang the tarp! Most use some kind of hardware to make thing's a little easier when setting up, you can get figure nine's and s-biners from a multitude of shop's and hardware store's which will help! Or you can purchase everything from Paul (AHE), or Opie(whoopieslings.com)!!

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    Senior Member Salty's Avatar
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    Welcome to the forum, John. Here are links to the suppliers that were recommended:

    http://whoopieslings.com/

    http://arrowheadequipment.webs.com/

    Salty

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    Senior Member kayaknut01's Avatar
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    thanks salty i meant to add those links but had to get off to work!!!
    i do not remember the question, however i believe beer is the answer

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    At first I'd go the the hardwear store as Cranky Bear suggested and then set it up just using cord with knots. It's good to use hardwear to make life easier but I think its helpful to know a small number of knots/hitches because small biners and the like can get lost. I also find it fun and somewhat satisfying.

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    I got my Superfly last week and it did not come with any lines, but on the other hand I can set it up any was I like. Now I get to use the soft shackle prussic I just tied because Opie posted a great set of instructions!! I did order some zing-it and small small carbiners from A.H.E. for the ridge line. Anyway good luck and have fun with it!!

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    i Love this tarp. 50 mph winds and 5 snowstorms. not a problem i used two cords with mini fig. 9's and 4 mini bungies from WalMart for the tieouts to stakes (no cord).



    they kept my tarp about a foot off ground. with doors closed i had no condensation and a little snow drift.
    have fun with it
    KK

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